My last period was on Feb 21, 2011. I am usually a 31 day cycle and regular. My boyfriend and I have been ttc since June '09 with no luck. I have taken 2 tests which have both came out negative. I have endometreosis, so when I am getting my period i typically have severe cramping. I haven't had any cramping until today. My last 4 periods have been extremely heavy. I was going through a super plus tampon in one hour. I was hoping that this time we had finally gotten pregnant, but the tests said otherwise. But today, I started getting light cramping/ tugging off and on, slight lower back pain with occasionally what felt like a pinched nerve on the left side of my lower back, and light off and on brownish discharge. I can't get in to see my Dr. until later this month. I really am concerned about what is going on, and I would really like some advice from seomeone. Also, I have been taking chasteberry after soem advice that it had helped a friend conceive. Can someone please give me some insight as to what this might be? Could I indeed be pregnant despite the 2 negative tests?
Endometriosis causes irregular and heavy periods along with low back pain.Are you taking any medications for endometriosis as it causes problems in fertility.It is very difficult to comment without examining you regarding the pregnancy.
Urine pregnancy tests are not confirmatory and can give false results and in case of ectopic pregnancy also the results may be different.Get a Blood HCG test done for pregnancy determination as it is a confirmatory test and consider visiting a Gynaecologist soon for evaluation and to rule out the correct diagnosis.
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