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Using birth control coils. What is the chance of pregnancy? Stomach is getting bigger with butterfly feelings

I have the coil fitted, but have been told by afew people that I look pregnant, I have done home pregnancy tests and had a blood test but both were negative (my belly still seems to be getting bigger) I have had odd dreams about being pregnant and over the last few days have felt the odd butterfly feelings. Could I be pregnant or am I being paranoid or could it be something else all together? Please help
Asked On : Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
Since your home pregnancy test and blood pregnancy test, both are negative, I think you are being paranoid about pregnancy.
About the odd butterfly feeling , that could be due to plain anxiety or a minor muscle flutter that you are experiencing.
The belly size could be due to simple weight gain.
I think you are very anxious about the pregnancy, inspite of having the coil fitted, so please see your gynecologist who would examine you, and perform an ultrasound and reassure you once and for all.
however, your chances of being pregnant with negative blood test is practically zero.
Take care and relax.
Answered: Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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