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I am experiencing some odd things with my period. I have not had one In 2 months. I am getting a water like discharge. My husband and I thought I was pregnant, but 2 urine tests came back negative. I am concerned that I may be pregnant, because I had a tubal pregnancy a few years back and that didn't show up on the urine tests. What should I do?


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replied January 2nd, 2012
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A29930
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing us

If you have a history of yubal pregnancy then possibility of recurrence is present.Watery discharge can be indicative of pregnancy.You require a immediate pelvic examination along with investigations as USG scan and Blood test which would help in ruling out the exact cause.
Kindly consider visiting a Gynaecologist earliest for evaluation.
Take care!


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