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I'm 5 days late for period, getting pregnancy symptoms,!really swollen heavy, sore tingly breasts, and queasy full feeling also a bit bloated, and constipated, but had 2 negative tests, I took evening primrose oil for first 2 weeks of cycle then stopped b

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Dr. Philip Miller
46 years experience in Family Medicine
Unprotected?: Did you have unprotected sexual intercourse? If so, see a GYN for a definitive blood test ( HCG qualitative and quantitative ). Certainly, stress, tension, anxiety and illnesses can change your cycle.
Answered on May 10, 2016

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