i have endometriosis and extra abtibodies in my blood, and i think i may be pregnate but my test came back negative..is there anychance this could be wrong?
Im 17 years old and i have Endometriosis, i ahve had it since year 7/8 and i am now iin year 12, i also have extra antibodies in my blood and have a card where it says "where applicable, special testing should be carried out in pregnancy", i think i may be pregnate because im always hungry whenever im awake no matter how much i eat, my boobs have trippled in size in a few weeks and my pains have become so painful i sometimes think im dieing, i have had a pregnancy test at the doctors but they didnt take into account about my extra anti bodies, could this of effect the test? is it wirth getting another one or another dr to do the test? im so lost and have no idea wat to do :( please help me!!! thankyou xo
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