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Lower abdomen near pelvic region semi-hard-- pregnant?

By Anonymous June 4, 2012 - 9:21pm
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I've been on birth control for 2 months in order to shorten my period. Me and my boyfriend have had sex without a condom, but only 1 time 9 days ago did he actually get all the way in. The other times he would get about an inch or 2 in before it started to hurt. He never finished inside of me. Over 2 weeks ago I had brown spotting for 4-5 days. My period also came a week ago because of the sugar pills, and it started brown and turned red. It lasted 4-5 days and I'm still experiencing light brown discharge with little drops of blood. My old periods before birth control were much longer and heavier. I dont know if it was shorter because of the pill or because I'm pregnant and the sugar pills are forcing some bleeding. What is really worrying me is that right above my pubic bone is a little hard and I swear it's grown out a tiny bit. It's not in any pain though. I took 2 pregnancy tests a few days ago while bleeding- both negative. Could it have been too early to test? Could I be pregnant from the times when he never got all the way in or am I being ridiculously paranoid since I'm on the pill and had what I thought was my period?

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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER. If you were on the pill, you might not be pregnant.  But, it's important to see a doctor about anything you feel is growing in your body.  It might be due to something else.



June 5, 2012 - 4:18am
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