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Weight Gain with Negative Pregnancy Tests

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I took 2 pregnancy test but were (-) both times.My last period was 2 days late but this time it was 3 days early besides my period being early does not bother me but my question is for about a month and a half I would get sick right after eating but then I would be fine and go RIGHT after a ice cream bar and be just fine.My weight has been going up also because I only weihed 82lbs.and now I am weighing 92lbs,I know some of that weight could because of my period but the time is up for that so what else could be wrong?Thanks for reading please get back to me ASAP.


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replied August 22nd, 2006
Pregnancy Q&A Answer A1368
You are most likely not pregnant because your pregnancy tests are both negative! Menstrual cycles can vary in duration, especially if they are without ovulation. Sickness after eating could be related to the stomach, not with a possible pregnancy. Weight gain can be caused by eating more or experiencing less physical activity than during previous periods. You can schedule a visit to your GP to examine your stomach.
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