3 URINE TESTS & ONE BLOOD TES NEGATIVE BUT I STILL "FEEL" PREGNANT
I have not yet had a period since giving birth 9 months ago (did have a D&C for retained placenta) but am pretty sure I am ovulating as I had some signs such as discharge, etc. Two weeks ago I began burping, non stop-this lasting hours and has been reoccuring on and off since. I have gained weight (in my belly) and was vommited once a few days ago. For the last three days I have been cramping such as period cramps but no period. My left breast has been sore (as if growing pains) along with myrib cage feeling as though being pushed out. Also: bloated, fatigue, dizziness (slightly). Anyways since no period to help determine I did three urine tests in the last three days (one at clinic)-all negative. Also the blood test at the doctors was also negative. I have had this before with my last pregnancy where both urine and blood were negative then a month later positive.....do I sound pregnant? I definately feel that I am.
In all probability the symptoms (bloated, fatigue, dizziness (slightly) and sore left breast, need to vomit) are due to severe acidity with GERD. Take omeprazole 20 mg empty stomach in morning and see if it helps.
Log in your food intake and see if there is a co-relation to a particular type of food. It could also be IBS, Crohnâs, or celiac disease.
Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please discuss these possibilities with your doctor once. Hope this helps. Take care!
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