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hi< my name is ***** ***** i am 22 years old. i have been taking the birth control pill, "lutera" for less than a year now and recently, i haven't been taking it at the same time every day. my last period took a little longer to get here but it did come. it started off as dark brown then went back to normal. ive been feeling very different ever since. i haven't been sleeping. after i eat, i always feel nauseous. im bloated longer than usual and i just feel like im pregnant. ive been pregnant twice before but they were both miscarriages. i have PCOS as well. i woke up the past two days feeling extremely drained and exhausted. my ovaries seem more sore than normal as well. sometimes after i eat a meal, i feel hungry again shortly after. i wake up feel nauseous almost every morning now. i took two pregnancy tests at home which were both negative but they always come out negative even when i am pregnant. with every pregnancy ive had, ive had lower back pain that feels like its in my hip joint. what do you think is wrong? i dont have insurance so i havent been to the doctors yet. ive also noticed an increase of vaginal secretions as well. my urine has little white specs in it too. please help
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: OB GYN
Expert:  Dr. Thomas, MD replied 4 months ago.

Hello

We can not replace a doctors visit.

You can get a pregnancy blood test.

However, modern home tests are accurate when your period would normally be due

What is your question exactly?