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LOST - January 12

I seriously need to know if I am pregnant or not. Here's the deal. My last cycle was on the 17th of November. My cycle is usually a 28 days cycle, but somehow, the month of october and november came very late. I took a HPT and went to see my doctor only to find out they both were negative. I have no clue what is going on. I've heard that after you give birth once, your cycle usually gets crazy. Is this true or am I really pregnant? I've had a headache the whole entire day today. It's looked like I've gain some weight around my waist, but my weight hasn't changed either. PLEASE, I REALLY BEG WHOEVER HAS EXPERIENCE THIS SHARE WHAT HAPPENED TO THEM WHEN THEY NEVER GOT THEIR PMS AND TESTED NEGATIVE TO SHARE WHAT IT REALLY WAS.

 

Christine - January 12

An irregular period could be one of many things...a lot of times it is just that you are going through more periods of stress in your life...this can throw your whole cycle our of whack...it could be pregnancy, or a cyst, fibroids, menopause, many, many things...I am on my third child...and though everyone is different, my cycle actually became more regular after having them...Just because you tested negative does not mean that your are not pregnant...have you had a blood test? If not I suggest you get one done, they are usually more accurate than hpt's...if still it comes back negative ask your doc for a sonogram...dont let them send you for an x ray because if you are indeed pregnant this can hurt the growing baby..sonograms are safe...this way they can look to see if there are any cysts or fibroids...or maybe a sac...good luck

 

sandy - January 12

I only had regular periods since having my son. Never used to know where I was at all, now am usually only 1 or 2 days late.

 

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