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Bloating, frequent urination, metallic taste in mouth, back pain. no nausea or cramping. still pms or pregnancy? period due in a week

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Dr. Charles Whiting
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Not necessarily...

Your symptoms are non-specific.
They could mean you are pregnant but they could also mean you have an infection in the uterus or bladder or many other things. If your period doesn't happen in a week, a pregnancy test would clarify the situation. Best wishes!

In brief: Not necessarily...

Your symptoms are non-specific.
They could mean you are pregnant but they could also mean you have an infection in the uterus or bladder or many other things. If your period doesn't happen in a week, a pregnancy test would clarify the situation. Best wishes!
Dr. Charles Whiting
Dr. Charles Whiting
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Dr. Lynne Weixel
Clinical Psychology

In brief: Do a test!

None of but may not - things are likely to be early pregnancy signs but the real way to find out is a test.
PMS differs for people and may include some but do a test if you think it's possible. Use protection if you don't wish to be pregnant. Be well - be careful!

In brief: Do a test!

None of but may not - things are likely to be early pregnancy signs but the real way to find out is a test.
PMS differs for people and may include some but do a test if you think it's possible. Use protection if you don't wish to be pregnant. Be well - be careful!
Dr. Lynne Weixel
Dr. Lynne Weixel
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Dr. Lynne Weixel
BTW - be sure to wait about a week of being 'late' before testing. The results are not reliable too early! Sorry I didn't make that clear.
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