I'm 3 weeks late, have frequent urination, white milky discharge, very tender breasts, back pain, cramps, nausea & negative hpt. Could I be pregnant?

Technique. If you did the test correctly, then a negative hpt three weeks after a missed period should rule out pregnancy. However, if you have any doubt about your technique, you may wish to see your doctor for a blood test and may be an ultrasound exam.

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I am 10 days late, have frequent urination, milky white discharge, sore breasts, nausea, cramps, and negative hpt. What could be causing all this?

Repeat HPT. Recommend repeating your home pregnancy test in 7 to 10 days on first morning urine. If both negative, unlikely you are pregnant. Many, many other possible causes of your symptoms. Would need to see your doctor for evaluation. Read more...

1 day before my peryod I still have nausea, fatigue, mild cramps, tender breasts, brest feel heavy, sensitive nipples, frequent urination can I be preg?

Period due tomorrow? One can just wait another day or two for the period to start. If the period comes, then one is not pregnant. If no period comes, by one week from today, one can go buy a urine pregnancy test to see if there's a pregnancy. Read more...

Low & mid back pain, frequent urination, bloating & Upper abdominalpain, feeling full without eating much, breast pain, hpt negative. What can it be?

Get a consult. One thing that comes to mind is endometriosis- extra uterine lining tissue that's outside of the uterus. If this seems to happen around your period especially then go see your obgyn as well as a primary care doctor. There are other possibilities as well, so an evaluation which may including imaging like an ultrasound would be helfpul. Read more...
Many possibilities . The differential is very broad so you would be best cared for by seeing your doctor for examination and evaluation . Read more...

Neg hpt, 10day late period, lower adb back pain, frequent urination, no discharge, no pain or burn while peeing, sore boobs, nausea, dizzyness: ideas?

Home pregnancy tests are very accurate. They are the same tests used in a doctors office. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period.  if you doubt the result you can repeat it in 1-2 days. If you were pregnant the hormone level would rise enough for detection. Read more...