On January 25,2013 I slept with my ex boyfriend. My period was due on February 6, and it was not normal and I started having pregnancy symptoms like nausea, headaches, pain on the right side, pelvic pain etc. I made an appointment and without my doc checking anything she suspected that I had Pelvic Inflammatory Disease or an STD. She had me leave a urine sample. Long story short, I waited on the results and they were negative so I made another appt. with my OBGYN no problems there either other than possible endometriosis but, surgey is the only way to tell. Next, I find out that I am pregnant but the ultrasound says that I am now on May 3,2013 8weeks and 5days pregnant. Hmmmmm? I am wondering what could have sent wrong? How could I only be 8 weeks and some days??? Please help I'm confused.
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