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    Hi. When I was due to ovulate i had some cramps in the ovarian area and i felt some pain while urinating. These symptoms passed but around the time my period was due (it always comes after 30-32 days, but last month it came after 35 days)I didn't had any PMS symptoms. My breasts were always sore at least 4-5 days before.

    43 days have passed since my last period and I have had early pregnancy-like symptoms for at least two weeks: sore breasts, nausea (almost every day), I have also had a cold (which I read is a sign) and I'm really emotional.
    Two days ago (day 41) I took a pregnancy test with 99% accuracy and it was negative. In 22 days I'm gonna sit a very important exam, the equivalent of the A2 levels, so I'm also really stressed.

    Could it be an ovaryan cysts/ something else, or am I really pregnant?
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    You have taken a pregnancy test long after it would have started to give accurate results saying you're not pregnant, so it's highly unlikely that you are pregnant

    It is probably the stress - a notorious delayer of periods as well as making you more liable to catch stuff - but will having a doctors appointment help?
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    You have taken a pregnancy test long after it would have started to give accurate results saying you're not pregnant, so it's highly unlikely that you are pregnant

    It is probably the stress - a notorious delayer of periods as well as making you more liable to catch stuff - but will having a doctors appointment help?
    I will go after my exams to see what's wrong.let's say I missed my period because of the stress, could you think for a possible reason why I am feeling so nauseous and have all these PMS symptoms? Thank you so much
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    You've caught something, and that's going to affect you. Ditto the stress. If I'm stressed, my digestion suffers in various ways, for example.

    There'd be no harm in having another test. The pound shop / supermarket own brand ones are only a quid or so, and having a different test may help you believe that you're not pregnant.
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    You've caught something, and that's going to affect you. Ditto the stress. If I'm stressed, my digestion suffers in various ways, for example.

    There'd be no harm in having another test. The pound shop / supermarket own brand ones are only a quid or so, and having a different test may help you believe that you're not pregnant.
    By caught something, you are referring to my cold? Because i've been fine for a few days but i'm still nauseous and my breasts are still sore.
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    Yes. It might not be the direct cause of some symptoms you still have, but it's a sign that you've not been 'well' recently.

    Are you going to have another test?
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    Yes. It might not be the direct cause of some symptoms you still have, but it's a sign that you've not been 'well' recently.

    Are you going to have another test?
    Not now, my period came (at least I hope it's my period), my PMS is gone although I'm still a bit nauseous, so if everything goes well I won't have another one. Thanks for your help!
 
 
 
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