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can a women get pregnant after 3 months of sex and having regular periods

By Anonymous July 9, 2017 - 4:08am
 
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hello, i had sex with my bf in starting of April this year, he didn't ejaculate inside me after that i had my periods on 23 april which is on time, then 23 may, 23 june, but my tummy always feels like bloating all the time. i checked pregnancy through urnie test it came out negative, but it didnt satisfied me, then i came to doc and have ultrasound, doc is not very much clear about pregnancy or not pregnant. but she says that there is a small sac may be u r on ur 4 weeks, but may be it is a thick blood just, go for beta hcg test. my beta hcg test also came to out negative. now i am so confused. either i am pregnant or not???? please help me out

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Anonymous

Hi Anon, thanx for your reply,

yeah i contacted to doc, she says if beta hcg is negative then u r not pregnant.
but i have one more question to ask, when i get up in the morning my breasts feels fuller and there is a little bit pain after some time every thing become normal, do you tell me why it is so?

July 10, 2017 - 7:23am
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Hi,

If it's around the time of your period, it's hormones most likely. If not, this might be something to ask your doctor.

Helena

July 10, 2017 - 3:47pm
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Hi, Anon.

Thank you for posting.

I think it's unlikely you are pregnant based on the information you have provided. Did you contact the doctor after the negative blood pregnancy test? You need to ask her outright for a definite answer, though it seems obvious. For your peace of mind.

Helena

July 9, 2017 - 4:32am
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