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When was the first day of your last period?
When are or were you expecting next period?
Have you have a pelvic exam, a pap smear, and an ultrasound?
Did you have a pregnancy test? If so, when?
June 9 was the first day of my last period. Next period should probably be starting in a week. I actually noticed that my period started a little earlier last month then it did may. In May I started May 15. That last pap smear I had was in February 2012. I haven't had a pregnancy test yest. Its to early and the last time I got pregnant the tests came out negative for 2 months. So I am pointing more for waiting a bit longer before taking one.
Yes, it is too soon to have a pregnancy test. There are some possibilities such as cervical polyps, vaginal or cervical infection, genital warts, uterine polyps, fibroids, adenomyosis (endometriosis of the uterus; if you have severe pain during periods), an ovarian cyst, and underactive thyroid (hypothyrodism). You should see a gyn to have a pelvic exam, a blood test, and an ultrasound.
Thanks. Its good to know. Maybe I can get one soon :).
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Also I was wondering how highly do you think I may be pregnant? I get a pap smear every year and they all have come out just fine. I've been with the same guy for over 4 years so I don't have multiple partners and neither does he.
I also was checked for problems with my thyroids about a year ago and those came out clear too.
My period, when I have it, has been the same as every month. I bit cramping but nothing extraordinarily different.
I don't have pain during intercourse. I have been bleeding a bit, recently. Since I started two weeks ago.
It is difficult to say you are pregnant or not right now. It is too soon to have a pregnancy test. When you miss next period, you should take a test. Thyroid diseases and STDs are ruled out.
Nope, thank you very much :).