I have very regular periods. I have never been late only early. I have a thick white discharge and my nipples are very sore. I had a little cramping this morning. No spotting or bleeding. I took a test yesterday and it said negative. Is there a chance I could be pregnant?
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replied February 19th, 2016
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If you had sexual exposure at the very beginning of Feb or last days of Jan there is still a chance of pregnancy. Other signs might include unusual fatigue, more frequent peeing, light headed moments, changes in smells, appetite, gut function. Run another test a week after the last.
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replied February 19th, 2016
I have had frequent sex. And have been tired lately. And urinate a lot. I planned on taking another test probably the 25th or sooner?
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replied February 20th, 2016
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The hCG hormone the test checks doubles every few days. It varies considerably from one pregnancy to another. The longer you wait the more confidence you can place in the result.
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replied February 25th, 2016
Welcome to e health forum.

If your previous cycles were regular and without any variation, and the current change has occurred for the first time, then it is likely that stress or anxiety could be the cause of your missed period.

The regular menstrual cycle in a woman is regulated by secretion of hormones from the hypothalamus, pituitary gland and those from the ovary.

When a individual is in stressful situations, which can be either physiological (induced by - injuries, infections, metabolic disorders, trauma, etc) or psychological (fear, anxiety, work or life situation related, etc) , stress hormones from the adrenal gland are released and these can affect the function of the ovary and hence your menstrual cycle, and this may affect your uterine bleeding as well.

Take proper rest and relax yourself. Stress can induce hormonal changes in the body. De-stressing with having proper sleep, healthy balanced diet, meditation, practicing deep breathing exercises (yoga, etc) can be helpful and will keep your menstrual cycles regular.
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