Ok, this is gonna sound crazy!! I never have a period because I have a mirena. For about 2 weeks i have been spottin and my boobs have went up a cup size. I took a home pregnancy test and it was negative, so i let it go. But I have gained 10 pounds in the past 2 weeks, I feel weird rolling movements in my stomach, I have bad cramps, I have been having super weird carvings. I went and had a blood pregnancy test done and it was also negative... I really need help!!!!
It's not crazy pregnancy on mirena is very possible I got pg on it but we removed the Iud and I miscarried. I was the 2nd woman in 3 months in my gyn office to get pg on it. Also I'm bow 14 weeks pregnant and had a blood test done at 4 weeks and it showed negative and a $1 pregnancy test showed it a week later so they can be wrong. But probably not very often.
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