hi, so ive had the paragard for about a year now and have been very happy with it... up unti now. I have not had my period for 2months ive taken at least 12 pregnancy tests and had two blood tests done, and they were all negative! could I still be pregnant? or is something else wrong with me? ive had my thyroid and hormones checked and everything came back normal. im losing my mind! ive been to the doctor twice already and my doctor is little to no help and doesn't think an ultrasound is needed. i've been moody, tired, my breasts hurt, and my belly is swollen and I can feel little twitches in my abdomen every once in a while, and have been nauseas for about two weeks, and i pee all the time! please has anyone else had this happen to them? if so what happened in your situation? any advice would be greatly appreciated. thanks View Thread
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