Last December I was 6 weeks pregnant and started to bleed. I thought it was a miscarriage but it turned out to be an ectopic pregnancy of unknown location. The doctors couldn't find it. 6 weeks later they gave me an injection to terminate the pregnancy. Over the last 2 months my self and my husband have been trying again. But last month my period was 2 days late and this month it's over a week. I have been having cramps and shooting pains in my sides constantly and I'm so bloated all of the time and it seems to be getting worse ,i have gone off coffee just like I did before. But yet pregnancy test say I'm not pregnant all 3 of them. This has been going on for nearly 3 weeks. Anyone have any ideas on what's going on. I'm just afraid it's ectopic again and don't want to go rushing to doctor just cos my period is over a week late.
Would really be grateful for any little bit of help
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