I don't know what to do, I'm 2 weeks late for MP had a tubal ligation 3 years ago.
Breast tenderness has encreased, sligh occasional pains on right side. More hungry then usual as well as a weight gain of approx 7-10 lbs in 1mnth time, been a little more fatiged last couple of weeks.No change in lifestyles, no added stresses ect. have tried looking at other possibilities without results.
when I took EPT test last week was negative.
What should I do?
Are there other possibilities,...
I am worried about being pregnant since I am in a fairly new relationship, and worry of tubal pregnancy as well.
Your best bet is to get a pregnancy blood test. There are usually more accurate unless you test too early. What type
of tubal ligation did you get? I had mine done nearly 6 years
ago. Mine were cut and cauterized. Sometimes the tubes can
reconnect depending on what kind of tubal ligation you had.
Get tested soon - if it's a tubal pregnancy, then you want
to take care of things before your tubes rupture. Take care!
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