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Hello.
Im not sure whats wrong with me...For the past month or so my stomachs slowly getting bigger and harder. Ive had cravings for things I wouldnt normally eat. Ive gained 2o pounds in the past 3 months. My boobs are extermly tender. I have really bad stomach cramps. Sometimes I can feel something move in my stomach. Plus I have 2 periods a month. I was on the depo but my last shot was in May of 10. I went to my doctor and she didnt listen to me. Im 19 with 1 daughter already I dont know whats wrong. The doctors say Im not pregnant but is it possible? Plus if Im not what could it be? Please help Im running out of options. Thanks...


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replied February 2nd, 2011
Menstruation Answer A19243
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Your symptoms (abdomen getting bigger and harder, food cravings, weight gain, tender breasts, abdominal cramps, feeling of movement in abdomen, spotting/bleeding between periods) are suggestive of possibility of pregnancy. Consider visiting your gynecologist (not GP/NP) for a thorough examination, request for blood HCG test and ultrasound scan to confirm/rule out pregnancy. The ultrasound scan done will also help to show if there are any other causes involved like uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts etc.
Take care.



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