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yes i am 18 and married. neither of us are ready for a child. im still kinda young and i rather not have kids till 26. i have been experiencing bad symptoms like backpain, cramps and very bad mirgraines. i urinate every 10 mins. these symptoms will not go away i have pain in stomach, lower abdomen, upper chest. i am on the patch and i get checked every 6 months for STD's but they always come back negative. i tried taking midol, tylenol, and excedrin but i will always puke up any pill i take except for vikidin. i had my period but i took a pregnancy test while i was on it but it came back negative. do they always come back negative while on period? i dont know what to do. these pains i never get. i dont have medical back problems or any of the other sypmtoms while on period. i am very very moody now for some reason. i dont get this way. i have weird cravings for certain foods. and i wont drink soda i crave for water. i dont know if they could possibly lead to pregnancy. please help me

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If you got your period and the test was negative.....you are probably not pregnant.
However, it would not be bad to see your doctor if these symptoms are occurring around your periods.

It could be endometriosis, rather annoying disorder that includes the growth of the endometrial lining (in the uterus) on other organs like ovaries or bladder and can cause all sorts of symptoms and pains.

Make an appointment with a gynecologist to have this checked. Good luck!
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well i understand what u mean. im just glad that i am not. from what i am hearing thank you. thats relieves me alot but if the em. thing killable? or do i have to take some kind of medicine to get right of it? do they go inside of me and do some thing? thats one thing i dont like at all. it bugs me. o.O
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It could be endrimetriosis like the former poster said or something like a cyst that is causing a lot of the issues. Some cysts can be large enough to cause the issues with frequent urination, etc.
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Endometriosis doesn't kill, but it is very annoying and uncomfortable. SOme women have troubles conceiving while others get pregnant easily. The problem is that there are ways to remove the tissue that grows but it will grow all over again. The only way to stop it for good is to have your uterus removed, which means you won't be able to have any more children.....so this is usually done after having finished giving birth.



Endometriosis can be controlled by birth control pills but it is only a mask.

You need to see your gynecologist and have these symptoms of your checked if theye become persistent. Like the second poster said, it could be cysts as well.
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