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Has anyone gone through this

My doctor told me to act pregnant and won't let me do a blood test. I had unprotected sex 7 days before my period was supposed to start and then started to spot and light please 3 days later then stopped the spotting and light bleeding after 2 days and during the 2 day period I would stop bleeding for hours and hours. I wasn't a flow it was barley anything and it was never a regular red. I've been really tired feeling bloated and sometimes nausea. But pregnancy test come out negative. It just makes no sense. Not sure of this is implantation bleeding or not idk.
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Avatar universal
That doesnt sound like pregnancy it sounds like your having vaginal bleeding you need to get that checked out
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I'm not on any form of birth control my boyfriend and I don't use protections in hopes that we randomly get pregnant. The last month and a half I've had rapid heart beats, very very very sleepy, cramping mildly on both sides, tender breasts, nausea but no vomiting, cravings timidly,  back pain, and sore body. I've taken three pregnancy tests but all came back negative. I had a what I thought to be three day period but the first two days I didn't need any padding or tampons and the last day I needed padding for the first half of the day that's it. And then today I notice a paste like milky white discharge but no odor or itching or burning it's just there. Can someone help, please.
134578 tn?1614729226
What does "My doctor told me to act pregnant" mean?
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