Hello, my husband and I have been trying for a year and we were excited lasted month when I started showing pregnancy symptoms (vomiting, breast tenderness, urinary frequency) so I started taking test and they all came back negative so I decided to go see my doctor since by then I was 6 days late. My doctor did a blood test and that came back negative but when she examined me she stated that uterus felt like I was pregnant, but the blood and urine test all came back negative. I am now 4 weeks late and the symptoms have gone away except the urinary frequency and still negative test results. Can anyone help me I am getting frustrated!!!! Thanks! View Thread
I went to the doctors this week and did another blood preg test which came back negitive and she also did a FSH test and that came back with good results. Now I am waiting for next week for the ultrasound. She did do a pelvis exam everything was normal. She did prescribe me Provera that I can take in a couple of days to start my cycle again. She also advise me to keep a calender writing down every cycle and sex, so in a couple of months if I am not pragent then she will send me to a specialist. I will keep you updated.
Hi Byroney, I am going to call the doctor today and make an appointment. This is unusal for me since I always have regular cycles and never even miss a day. I have been getting nauses again and have major mood swings. I will keep you update.View Thread
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