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Done tubal, thermacure. Gained weight, delayed period. Pregnancy test negative. Suggestion?

I had a tubal back in 2002 but I have never felt so pregnant I gained 8 pounds in one moth my breast a cup size bigger but two pregnancy test negative. I just turned 39 always been thin and watch what I eat I had a thermacure procedure 6 years ago and haven't had a period since the procedure. Not sure what could be going on I have only had these symptoms with my three pregnancies.
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Since you did not have any period after the procedure, it is more likely that your endometrium did not grow back. This could be the result of your weight gain. Yet, the risk of a pregnancy is always there unless some form of contraception is followed and therefore, you need to exclude pregnancy. Please see a specialist for further management. Take care.
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