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Am I pregnant, stressed, or could it be a hormone imbalance or other condition?

Hello. I'm 25 yrs old. My last period was June 12 so I've just about missed 2 months now. I've taken 5 home pregnancy tests all of which were negative. I did both methods- peeing in the cup and placing the stick in the stream and also used morning urine as well as other than morning urine. Today I noticed my left nipple is sore but I think it is due to rubbing against clothes. I have been cramping for the last few weeks on and off and I keep thinking my period is coming. I have no morning sickness, nausea, nor sensitivity to smells. I have noticed white creamy discharge in my panties when I go to the bathroom but I've always kinda had that. I also have bloating and I feel like my stomach is fatter or more distended than normal but it could just be from all the junk food I eat that is catching up with my slowing metabolism. Urination pattern is about the same and I'm not more tired than normal. I have been under major stress of being pregnant. I was sexually active with condoms in late May and twice in July. Am I pregnant? Could it be a hormone imbalance? Or stress? Another condition?
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363110 tn?1340924019
Sounds like you could be pregnant, I had serious bloating as my first symptom. You need to go get a blood test to be sure.
202436 tn?1326477933
I agree with Martikadragoon....you need to get a blood test.  I am in the same situation.  My lmp was June 26 and was a lot shorter/lighter than normal.  I did go to the doc but he didn't do a blood test.  I will be going to another doc and requesting one.  I have no idea what is going on with me.  I have had 10 negative hpt's and 1 neg urine test at the doc.  IT's best to just go get checked.  I'm waiting the results of my pap to see if it comes back normal or not.
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