I have be diagnosis with endometriosis and fibroid tumors. I have had the tumors removed at one point but they have returned and then diagnosed with endometriosis my last surgery was a year ago. The doctor put me on yaz almost a year ago and lately I have been vomiting in the morning, having diarrhea waking up at four in the morning. My last menstral was brown not turning red at any point. I have taken two pregnancy test now one last month and now this month and they were both negitive. Should I be concerned?
I am sorry for your m/c ;o( lets hope this is not the case....BETA is the blood test to ck on pregnancy levels, not the one that says YES or NO, is the one with numbers which doctors use to see how many weeks pregnant you are.
I really hope you aren't having another m/c and this is just one of those crazy things that sometimes happens for no reason.....maybe give your doc a call.
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