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20 weeks pregnant with abdominal cramping and vaginal discharge. Pregnancy test came negative. Is it a symptoms of miscarriage?

hello, I believe i am 20 weeks pregnant and i am relatively new to the area i live in justi n the past year so i have not established doctors in the area.. recently i went to emergency in the area i used to live in about 45 mins away due to abdominal crmaping.. i thought i had had an early miscarriage .. because i had seen some strange discharge and the cramps were unusually bad for me.. the er did a pregnancy test which was negative.. and also did an exam.. at that point he said he believed i was pregnant and we tried to figure out when ectera.. this was about a month ago.. I have been trying to get an appointment here in the area but the earliest could get is december 7th, I am ok waiting.. but this is my first pregnancy and i am 36 years old.. i just wanted to know if there is any concern in waiting that long to be seen or if it is ok to wait.. I have increased my water consumption and i am taking vitamins .. as i have noticed some increased night time dehydration .. but other than that i have no real symptoms other than kicks every few days... I checked with my mom and she said she never made the hormone either and always had to wait and see herself.. so i am pretty sure I am pregnant.. and the only time i had sex was in july so it would have to have been the first week of july.
Asked On : Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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Hi and welcome to the site.

As long as you're feeling well, waiting until December 7th will be fine. Hopefully an ultrasound will be done. That will settle the question. Another possibility for an enlarged uterus is a non-cancerous common tumor of the uterus. This would also be seen with an ultrasound. I hope it turns out how you want it to. Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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