If anyone was able to give me some advise I would appreciate it...
I have missed 2 periods now. I am always very regular, my periods are usually like clockwork. I have done 3 home pregnancy tests, all of them within the first week when I missed my first period and they were all negative. I am not trying to get pregnant but there was a chance that I could have been.
I have had some mild pain in my lower abdomen, same feeling like just before getting my period. This pain comes and goes and is the reason why I still haven't gone to doctors as I keep thinking my periods are just about to start and then the pain goes away again. And then today I noticed some light pink discharge. This is starting to drive me insane, I'm due to go to doctors for another pregnancy test next week (i don't want to waste any more money on the ones from shops) but anyone has any advise what could be wrong with me or is there a chance I might be pregnant? Could the tests have been wrong? I am worried that there might be something very seriously wrong with me.
Your symptoms are very much suggestive of pregnancy.Since you had done the test immediately after a first missed period so at that time it was not detectable as the hormone concentration would have been low.
Kindly do not waste time and get a Blood hcg test done for determination.Visit a Gynaecologist for evaluation.
i have PCOS complaint i am using medicine and and regurly i have my periods but last month i missed my period ,i visited to doctor and had pregency test and it was negative . i want to be pergent .i have sex with my husband regurly.
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