I am 21 and was told by doctors that i would never fall pregnant cuz of cysts that keep occurng on my overies but about month ago i started feeling a little sick and then i started lactating my periods haven't been normal like it didnt go away for 2 months so i took a home pregnancy test whitch showed negative a week later i phoned my docter and she said she was almost 100% sure that i am pregnant and sent me for a blood test which once again came back nagative the sonar also showed a very small cyst but no sign of being pregnant. I pretty much feel pregnant with cravings lactation morning sickness and all that my periods were a few days late and was very painfull. i am worried and not sure what to do from here on this is putting a lot of strain on my personal life!!
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