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Missed period by 4 days. 2 negative hpt. Small amount of stringy mucus, mild nausea and mild lower back pain, tired sometimes, chances of pregnancy?

Missed period by 4 days. 2 negative hpt. Small amount of stringy mucus, mild nausea and mild lower back pain, tired sometimes, chances of pregnancy?

You can repeat: Pregnancy test in 3 to 4 days - that would give HCG a chance to ^. If neg then - not pregnant. Reasons for missed/late periods: low body weight, obesity, marked weight ^ or v, over-exercise, endurance athletics, breast-feeding, ^ stress, illness, eating disorders, anovulatory cycle (no egg released), travel, hormone irregularities, drug use, meds (i.e., birth control) or med problems. ...Read more

Missed Period (Definition)

A missed period is when you don't have a period at your normal time. Because a missed period can be due to pregnancy, even a period that is signficantly lighter or shorter can be considered a missed period and possible pregnancy. And having early symptoms of early pregnancy such as sore breasts or mild nausea would increase ...Read more


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Is upper back pain normal before my period?

Is upper back pain normal before my period?

Not usually: Upper back pain (like between your shoulder blades) is an unusual presentation for premenstrual pain. It is possible that with the breast changes that occur premenstrually your posture changes causing the back pain. ...Read more

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What causes tiredness, back pain, late or missed period and feeling hot?

What causes tiredness, back pain, late or missed period and feeling hot?

Many factors: You have to consider your age. Are you having pre menopausal symptoms. Your back pain may be a different problem. You can have degenerative arthritis of your spine and this may aggravate your feeling of tiredness. Have yourself evaluated by your physician. ...Read more

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What could be the cause of lower back pain and a missed period?

Are they related: It could be a multitude of things, and perhaps not related. If you missed your period, pregnancy should be ruled out, then given your age it is possible your period is irregular due to peri menopausal symptoms. You should have regular pap smears and gyn exam to know you are cancer free. The back pain could be absolutely anything, and if you are overall healthy, don't assume it is dangerous. ...Read more

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Lower back pain, diaherra, missed period, what could be wrong?

Lower back pain, diaherra, missed period, what could be wrong?

Many things: They could be related or not be related. Do a pregnancy test to find out if that is the culprit or not. ...Read more

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What do I have? Lightheadedness, fatigue, hunger, nausea, neck pain, upper back pain

What do I have? Lightheadedness, fatigue, hunger, nausea, neck pain, upper back pain

Possibilities: There could be multiple number of things which could be causing your symptoms. We will need more information before we can help you out... ...Read more

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Upper back pain before your period?

Upper back pain before your period?

Unrelated: Pain associated with menstruation is essentially always in the low back, therefore your upper back pain is most likely not related to your period. ...Read more

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Sore nipples, nausea, upper back pain?

Not sure: I am not sure what your question is exactly. Sore nipples is not uncommon and can be cycle related or related to pregnancy. Nausea could be related to pregnancy, infection, heartburn, etc. Upper back pain could be a muscle strain, lung disease, etc. Please be more specific about what you are asking. ...Read more

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Unexplained back pain for 7 days- mainly in lower back. Doesn't go away with pain killers. Missed period for 7 days also.

Unexplained back pain for 7 days- mainly in lower back. Doesn't go away with pain killers. Missed period for 7 days also.

Hmn: Either pregnant , urinary tract infection or kidney stone. Beast to get examined and tested appropriately. ...Read more

Dr. Praveen Mambalam
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Thoracic (Upper Back) Strain (Definition)

Upper back pain is discomfort or pain in the back at the level of the rib cage to the neck. While upper back pain is not as common as low back pain, the causes are often the same and include muscle strain or irritation (most common), injury to the spine leading to slipped disc or degeneration, or the pinching of a nerve in the back. ...Read more


Dr. Qamar Khan
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Pain In The Back (Definition)

Pain in the back is a symptom that can be due to a number of causes including musculoskeletal or neurological problems or due to problems ...Read more