Have you seen your doctor yet? If not, I'd give him or her a call and make an appointment to go in.
Here is a link to someinformation on Missed or Irregular Periods that could give you some ideas before you head in for your appointment. If you scroll to the bottom of the page, there is also a link to some information on Preparing for Your Appointment that will help you get organized before you go in to see your doc.
Here is some information on tubal ligation that I hope will be a helpful read for you.
However, there is no way that an expert here can tell you if you might be pregnant or what the symptoms you're having might be caused by without examining you in person or performing a pregnancy test.
If you are worried and want to rule out pregnancy, it might ease your mind to take the OTC pregnancy test. But, if that comes back negative and your symptoms persist you should probably give your doctor a call.
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