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Pregnancy signs, intermittent cramping, negative urine, blood and ultrasound results. Any ideas?

i am 19 years old and i have had all the sings of pregnancy ( including my pelvis and stomach area becoming larger in the past few weeks hard to the touch) but no results in a urin pregnancy test i went to a walk in doctor and it was her recomendation i have blood work and an ultrasound following the negative test because of my other symptoms and a missed period she believed i could be pregnant, i have just become verry nervous because of my age but have had cramps on and off today only any ideas on what i should do ? any advice is apreciated
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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A negative blood test ,urine test and ultrasound should rule out pregnancy. If you missed a period,only a pregnancy test can confirm pregnancy.If all are negative,there must br another cause for the distension.Get a whole abdomen ultrasound done.If you pregnancy is ruled out then your doctor can give you medicine for your menses.
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