Hello I need advice! 3 years ago i had my tubes tied after my daughter was born. (but the Dr. said she was unsure/didnt remember if she even did the procedure, but she knew for a fact that she signed the paper work!) well WE thought that i wouldn't be able to get pregnant again,well in March i had 2 positive HPTs and in April i miscarried,I didn't go to the dr. for a D&C I couldn't do anything. Now i missed the entire month of july i should have had my cycle July 15th -19th but it never came, I have had all the same symptoms as i did in March, but my HPT's i have taken have come up negative! I have the missed cycle,cravings, weight gain (not just flabby fat either my belly is rounding out), mood swings, high sex drive, my 3 year old has even said something about her baby sister, we havent talked about it in front of her! IF im not pregnant what could cause all of this? I am 25yrs old and in good health.View Thread
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