I know I'm not pregnant. I mean there could have been a chance at the time, but 3 periods and 4 negative pregnancy tests later and I still can't stop worrying. I seem to do this at the end of every relationship. I had my period at the time of the breakup and a few weeks later someone else was worrying that they were pregnant and it got my mind going. I'm constipated and had BV...........OMG I'm must be pregnant. The funny thing is that rationally I know that I've had BV before and I have constipation issues all the time, but this time my head was screaming that it wasn't normal. I was so stressed out and constipated that my stomach was getting bigger, maybe because I haven't been able to go to the bathroom, it has to be stored somewhere. I would know by now, it's almost 3 months since the last time I had sex, I don't have any other symptoms and took 4 tests throughout that time, it would pop positive my now and I would have actual symptoms. I know I'm not pregnant. Any tips on how to turn my head off?
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