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Bubbling sensation under pubic bone

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hi im week late for my period and ive very sore nipples, dizzy, weeing more very tired and ive been getting this bubbling sensation under neath my pubic bone, ive had a test and its negative that was 3 days ago, does this mean im not pregnant, or should i repeaat the test again, ive also been getting tingling boobs many thanks :)


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replied January 1st, 2010
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Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

If you are a week late for a period, have tingling in the breasts and a bubbling sensation in the pelvis then you could be pregnant. Take a blood test and see after one week.

The other possibility is that the periods are delayed by a week or so without any reason. If this persists from cycle to cycle then polycystic disease of the ovary and hypothyroidism will have to be ruled out.

Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on the internet please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist. Hope this helps. Take care!




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