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Frequent urination, HPT, UTI negative, abdominal pain, late period. Pregnant? What should i do?

Hi, My troubles started over a month ago, I was having trouble keeping down food of an evening and frequent urination . I went to see my local gp who did a urine test for pregnacy and UTI both came back negative, he then sent me for an internal and normal ultrasound to check for appendicitis . This also came bak negative. The vomiting stopped about two weeks ago but now I have abdominal pain coming and going everyday and am still needing to pee all the time! I will empty my bladder and not even 10 mins later need to go to th loo again! I m going back to my gp next week and he will probably do more tests but now my period is 5 days late also, I m wondering if I may be pregnant and it was just to early to come up in the test as it was done 1 day before my last period.
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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1st check with a gynecologist for pregnancy. the get an ultrasound with prevoid & postvoid bladder volume & uroflowmetry. also, tell if there is any constipation.
Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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