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History of tubal ligation. Pain, bleeding, movement in abdominal area. Negative pregnancy test. What is going on?

I had my tubal ligation 7 yrs ago. In June this year I was having severe pain along with heavy bleeding which I believed was my period but it didn t last but 3 days then it happened again two weeks later the following month the exact something since then my period have been normal well this month I am feeling tired sick and now movement in my abdominal area like a baby moving or kicking all home pregnancy test have been negative and I have yet to start my period at all this month what could be going on
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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welcome

if urine pregnancy tests are negative, then you are not pregnant..
ya if your age is more than 35 , then there can be this type of irregularity...

this is called ABNROMAL UTERINE BLEEDING..
EXACT CAUSE CAN BE IDENTIFIED BY EXAMINATION AND BY SONOGRAPHY..

SO CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR..
THANKS
Answered: Thu, 16 Oct 2014
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