was dizzy for 24 hours bathroom a lot now sore breast periods due 4 days 2 weeks before my period I was on holiday had watery eyes and cramps …. I still have cramps and I never get this last period I was bleeding but no pain I do have pcos and I lost 2 stone in weight in 5 months I am now on the waiting list for IUI but my weight seens to be struck for the last 4 weeks
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replied May 6th, 2019
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Light headed, peeing more often and sore breasts are among the early pregnancy signs. Did you have unprotected sex somewhere in the fourth week of April? With the PCOS and weight loss it's hard to guess if this is pregnancy. Maybe you should run a home test next Sunday using first morning pee.
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replied August 30th, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !

I went through your query and i understand your concern.This period delay may be due to stress or harmonal imbalances. Get your home pregnancy test done to confirm it. This cramps can be due to some medical conditions. See your doctor for better results.

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