HI i am 31 years old i have not had a period in 9 months, my stomach keeps swelling i look 6 months pregnant, have not gained weight any where else on my body in fact im loosing it everywhere else. I have had 6 pregnancy tests even one blood test all negative. I have random pain in my lower stomach. oh i had my tubes tied 6 years ago. None of the doctors will do more than tell me to wait two weeks and have another test. what if anything do you think is wrong with me?
All you can really do at this point is get firm and demand further investigation into the matter... demand an US, say theres something going on and you need answers... the fact that you have your tubes tied would be a clue that the lieklyhood of pregnancy is lowered so maybe they should give up on telling you to test every couple weeks and look into other causes... i would be very frustrated and i would let them know this...
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