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No period last month, neg hpt, enlarged uterus... waiting for blood test... Pregnant??

By Anonymous April 28, 2015 - 5:07pm
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Hi all,
I am current;ly 20 years old. I have never been on b/c before, and still are not. My bf and I use the pull out method. Now last month I did not get a period. I went to my gyno bc I was concerned. I have had crazy mood swings, low backaches, cramping (generally on one side), and my breasts feel sensitive and heavy. I took 5 hpt throughout the month and they all came back neg. so I told that to my gyno and she ordered a blood test. I am currently awaiting results. Also, I had last month for like 2 days some brown spotting & since that has gone and now its clear/white and milky discharge. She felt my boobs and said "Wow, are they sensitive?" and I said "yes." and then she gave me a pelvic exam and said that my uterus is enlarged (with a shocked face). She said to wait a week for the blood test results. She said I could either be pregnant or I have a cyst, even though I have never missed a period, never had a cyst and I have always been super regular. I am getting nervous and I still have 5 days of waiting. HELP.

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Hi Anon

You need to follow your doctor's advice and wait for the test results. Waiting is hard but it has to be done. 

Cysts can enlarge the uterus but most cysts are harmless. You may need to get it removed if you have one. Fibroids are one of the main causes of uterine enlargement. You can read about fibroids here: 


Good luck with your next doctor visit - jeep us posted! 


April 29, 2015 - 4:33am
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