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I've been having back pains, tender breasts, tired feeling, sleeping in the morning, and sometimes I feel so sick. What can be wrong? Period is late

Get pregnancy test. One thing that is left out in the question is whether you are sexually active. I do assume that is the case and you need to first and foremost rule out pregnancy which you can check with a kit from any of the drug store and confirm from your doctor's office.if that is not the case you need to see your doctor to have a thorough work up and both of you should be able to come to a cause.goodluck. Read more...

Late period, rashes in vagina, tender breasts, sometimes breast pain unbearable, cramps occur often, continous dampness near the vagina, what could it be?

See doctor. If you have a rash in your vagina you should be seen by a doctor right away. Rashes are something that shouldn't be waited upon, make an appointment asap as you may need to be treated. I see you are overweight. Women with excess weight can suffer from irregular periods as well as tender breasts. I think with all of your conditions, it's best to see a gynecolgoist as they can help. Read more...
First step P.G. test. Your first step is a pregnancy test and depending on the results. Go from there. Read more...

Haven't had sex, negative pregancy test, late period and tender breasts (pregnant?)

Doubt it. If you haven't had any sex, you should not be able to be pregnant. So is there more information that you haven't been forthcoming with? Is there some other factor (like rape) that's hadn't been disclosed? Do you know how pregnancy is achieved? That's a serious question, some people never find out that sexual intercourse leads to pregnancy. Fill in the blanks if there are any. Otherwise relax UR OK. Read more...

Tubal with falope rings 3 years ago, late period, signs of period but no blood, emotional, stomach cramping, tender breasts, can I be prego?

Possible butunlikely. The Falope rings are highly effective at occluding your tubes and preventing pregnancy 99% of the time. Unfortunately, an intrauterine or extrauterine pregnancy after a "tubal" can still rarely occur, usually for reasons no one can explain. Be safe. Ask your Gyn for a blood betaHCG pregnancy test which will probably be negative. Your symptoms may be due to ovulation or ovarian hormone problems. Read more...