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Hello.
Recently my stomach has "bloated" and hardened below my belly button and between my hip bones going all the way down to before your pubic region.
When i lay down it doesnt appear so large, but when i stand up its a noticeable rounded shape.
This has appeared out of nowhere. And wondering what the reason could be?

Im 21 years old, 22 this year, im a vegetarian since 2004. back in 2006 my periods stopped altogether and this has currently been tested etc with my local doctor to find out the reasoning.
Me and my boyfriend have had unprotected sex recently, i did a pregnancy test a few weeks ago and it came back negative, i then did another one yesterday and that also came back negative.
However i have a rounded hard stomach which is now beginning to worry me.
I dont think i could be pregnant due to not having a period and not ovaluating correctly or properly each month.
I have a ultrasound scan in a few weeks due to having secondary ammenorrhea, however i was wonde


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replied January 20th, 2010
Organic pathology of the uterus
Thank you for your question on ehealthforum.com

The description of your swelling suggests that you have organic pathology, probably of the uterus. the absence of menses may be related to this.

You need to wait for the ultrasound examination in addition to the physical examination by a gynecologist. It is very unlikely to be a pregnancy and definitely needs the examination of a gynecologist. Possibilities are fibroid or any other benign lesions. Thank you.



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