I'm asking in this forum only because it makes sense to ask in here.
I am currently missing my 2nd AF & experienced some minor symptoms, but nothing major. I had dull cramping for about 3 weeks starting 12/5/11. I have taken several tests but they all come back negative.
I have had 3preg/3births. With my second one I had a cryptic preg. I knew I was preg, just had that feeling. Not much symptoms but kept getting bfn with blood & urine. Then I felt him kick one day and went to er to get a test and got another bfn but they gv me an ultrasound and sure enough I was 5 1/2months pregnant. So my 11y old ds is proof to me that they do exist. Now I'm worried it might be happening again. Same thing feel preg but keep getting bfn. Last month af was only 1 1/2 days and a no show so far this month. Ugh could this really happen twice to me? Only time or kicks lol will tell.
I'm going thru this right now. I went to a free clinic in November and was told I wasn't pregnant cause the urine test came back negative and that some of the symptoms was because I was overweight. I'm sure I'm pregnant cause for the past week I've had kicking, punching, and other movements. My husband has even felt the rolling around. I'm around 20weeks. So I'm calling a Dr in the morning and hoping they will listen to me so I can get any treatment I need.
...was told I wasn't pregnant cause the urine test came back negative and that some of the symptoms was because I was overweight.
Sorry to take second to roll my eyes here...but isn't it just awesome how overweight people can't have anything going on physically that doctors won't blame on weight? You have all the signs of pregnancy? Must be because of your weight. Having breathing issues or heart trouble? Must be because of your weight. Joint trouble? Yeah, that's your weight. No, really, we won't look further. It's your weight. Whether you're one pound or five hundred pounds over your recommended bmi...your weight caused all ills.
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