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I had a tuballigation done 15yrs ago i've had regular periods since.
The first day of my last menstrual is 11/26/10. I normally have it every 3 weeks or 21-28 days thus today i have not gotten it. I had a sonogram done last week 1/8/10 no sac only cyste and fibroid smaller than a pea noted. I have gain 10lbs since last month and my breast are ingorged.
I am able to eat all day long when i couldnt before due to acid reflux.
i dont even get indigestion.
I had 4 urine pregnancy test and a quantitative hcg done in the past 3wks all neg. im waiting on a full panel beta and hormonal test . i am concerned i thought i felt something move like flicker or spasm and my stomach is contracting / tightening in different spots also it shifts if i shift laying on my back/side or standing.

i should be getting my next cycle as of this week i am 2 cycles late now. could it be menopause or ectopic if pregnancy test are still neg.


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replied January 16th, 2011
Womens Conditions Answer A18516
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Your symptoms do suggest possibility of pregnancy. Blood HCG levels test and beta HCG level tests usually come positive if you are pregnant no matter whether it is ectopic or intrauterine pregnancy. Look out for development of any other new symptoms. Consider requesting for repeat ultrasound scan along with blood beta HCG test and hormonal analysis. These will confirm if the symptoms are due to perimenopause.
Take care.



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