Have you taken additional pregnancy tests since 3 months ago? If not, that is the first thing you should do, since your hormone levels could have been low enough at first that a test would not show positive results.
You should seek out free clinics in your area if you do not have health insurance. I don't know where you reside, but if you have a Planned Parenthood nearby, this would be a good place to go to start. They provide patient care services and will know where to refer you if you need additional tests or services.View Thread
I know you have been to different ob/gyn's. If you can afford to go (insurance may not cover this kind of appointment), you may want to consider seeing a fertility specialist. Search for centers in your area, and make sure to do research ahead of time to make sure that whoever you visit has a good reputation. Fertility specialists are more likely to have the kind of expertise you need if trying to get pregnant with a medical condition that makes this process difficult. If you continue to not have success ttc naturally, a fertility specialist may be able to give you some other options (IVF, etc.). I hope this helps.View Thread
I am not a physician, but you may want to schedule an appointment sooner, if you can, with your primary healthcare provider (family practice, etc.) to make sure nothing is going on that requires more urgent attention. So you started menstruating on the 19th... today is the 27th, so that's been about a week. I would try taking another home pregnancy test if you haven't taken one since about a week ago. I say to do this because light spotting and low pregnancy hormone levels can also be a sign of threatened miscarriage or ecoptic pregnancy (not to scare you - it could very well not be these things). Best to get yourself checked right away (definitely sooner than 6 weeks).View Thread