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I have had a constant lower abdominal pain and back pain which the doctor said to be an ovarian cyst(during this time i was having watery white vaginal discharge) I had a near sex incident a few weeks back,about 7 weeks ago(no penetration)and I have had 2 periods right on time and 2 negative pregnancy tests,is there a possibility that I'm pregnant?I have developed an urge to urinate frequently but most times nothing comes,it just feels like my bladder is full almost all the time and I seem to have run out of vaginal discharge.what is wrong with me?I'm 20


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replied February 23rd, 2016
Am I Pregnant Answer A56029
If you are having your periods on time, and pregnancy tests are negative, then it is unlikely that you are pregnant.

Your symptoms are likely to be due to stress induced irritable bowel syndrome or other medical disorders.

Consult your doctor for a proper medical opinion.

I hope this helps.


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