The last time I had my peroid was back around the first week of june, about 4 weeks later I started to vomit almost daily, extremely tired and soreness.

I took a home test and it came out positive. But this past weeked I ended up passing out and my boyfriend took me to the hospital where a doctor told me that I wasn't pregnant and I had an uti.

Out of what I understand about an uti...It doesn't stop your peroid and it doesn't explain me puking for a 1 1/2 month...

What's wrong with me?
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replied August 17th, 2005
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I've never heard of a uti causing a false positive. Ummm!!! I would go see a doctor and tell them you took a test it came out positive, you've missed july/august periods, you've been having morning sickness for the last 2 months and so on then tell him about the incident with er. I've never heard of a uti causing missed periods either. Unless he's saying you've had a uti for the last 2 months and believe me you would have known before now.
Just out of curiosity if you missed the last 2 periods why haven't you been in to see a doctor? I mean a ob or a family one.
Test don't usually give false positives they give false negatives.
Have you taken another hpt? See if that comes out pos or neg.
Let me know
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replied August 17th, 2005
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She says by the looks of it that I have probably only had it for 2 weeks that it wasn't even serious just mild.

The reason I haven't seen an ob yet is because I recently moved to norfolk and I am still trying to get into see my new doctor.
My grandmother thinks that I am pregnant also because she told me that my mom was sick for 6 months like this....

I mean really if it is the uti then why I have I missed 2 peroids, a pregnanct test saying positive (ept) and the sickness...

But a thing about the test they gave me was a urine test...
They knew that I was dyhrated, lacking food since I haven't been able to keep anything down and barely gave enough for a teaspoon...
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replied August 17th, 2005
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I would go and see a reg Dr. Like other writer says, docs are not 100% by far, so a second opinion would be a good thing. He may even do a blood test which is more reliable.

Good luck
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replied August 17th, 2005
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I too a few months back began puking much like you. As for the period part, I wont be of much help there as I am not female, but I too was diagnosed with uti as the possible case. I took the medicine for this problem, and I still have the symptoms. Please let me know if you find anything else out about this, it sounds a lot like what I have going on, and nobody can figure out whats wrong with me yet..
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