I am experiancing a missed period. I have tender nipples (not the whole breast), cramps that would make me believe im going to have my period but no blood is coming out. I don't even have that mucus discharge coming, making me think im probably not ovulating. I have taken 4 pregnancy tests, all of them negative (which im grateful for) and i am dealing with tiredness, trouble concentrating, a need to cry and feel anxious, and have an appetite for snacks every so often. I know all this sounds like pms but no blood is coming out. I went to a doctor and he told me to get blood work done to see if its my thyroid, but i keep thinking its my own uterus. I actually don't know what to think, but can anyone give me their opinion? I want to know what could possibly be wrong with me. Im scared..
You're already seeing a healthcare provider who, it sounds like, is evaluating this for you.
Since they're the only person who can really do that well, that's the person I would suggest you talk with about this. We really can't possibly guess at what is or isn't going on here.
However, if what they have done is suggested blood work, then if you haven't already followed up with that, that's clearly your next step.
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