my first time was on February the 6th , my second was February the 20th and my last was march the 6th with the same male. from the 6th, 2 weeks later i threw up some white, clear stuff. i paid it no attention. i was beginning to have back pains and leg pains and stomach pain and pee alot. i contacted the male and told him i might be pregnant he denied it.... he said we used a condom the second time he couldn't find it and the third time idk where the condom was. my period useless lasts for 6 days, now there 3 days or less. i use to be very active, but now i'm just tired and to lazy to do anything. did i tell you that my conceiving days are the 6th.
so i've had all of the following from February to now( not all at the same time):
cramps when not time for period
eating a lot (like 3 meals are 1 meal to me)
sleeping a lot
peeing every 30 minutes
gained 51 pains in the last 3 months
feel kicking to lower stomach, top stomach and back plus sides
thought i hear heart beat
belly sitting up
line on my stomach
wobble when i walk
breasts has stretch marks
dents under my breasts
change in food taste
strong sense of smell
growing hair on my chin
face getting fat
hips getting wider
stomach getting bigger
but i get negative hpt tests all day long
and blood test say negative
someone said it could be in my tubes, can it?
any ideas or suggestions for me on what to do??
An ectopic (in the tubes) pregnancy would still test positive. By now, at almost 7 months we can safely say it is NOT an ectopic pregnancy. There wouldn't be enough room for the fetus in your fallopian tube to develop. They rarely go beyond 9-10 weeks.
You're still getting your periods. It's unlikely you are pregnant. Yes, you can have bleeding early in pregnancy. After 3 months it would be a serious concern if you were bleeding.
You've seen a doctor, obviously, with the negative blood test results.
I don't think you are pregnant. It COULD indicate a hormonal problem or a cyst.
You need more blood work for a start. Sorry. I'd be very curious as to your hormone levels. An endocrinologist may be your best resource as they specialize in hormones.