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Having smelly white discharge, bloated stomach and tiredness. Had tubal litigation. Could I be pregnant? Normal?

Hi,i had a tubal litigation almost ten years ago. Since then my periods have been regular and very heavy for a week. I've also had bad pms before every period. About 4 months ago my period was 3 weeks late and was only heavy 2 days and light the rest. I was very nauseous for about 2 weeks and my breasts hurt for about that long.about 2 weeks after that period i had another one like that and my mood swings were horrible. My nausea is gone but my breasts seem to be getting bigger.i am having non smelly white discharge and am still having the light periods every 2 or 4 weeks.i took a hpt around the time i was late and it was negative.I've noticed that my stomach is starting to grow and someone asked when my baby was due. Just about all of my pms symptoms have disappeared and am always tired. Sorry this is so long. I am very nervous. Do you think i could be pregnant or is this normal?
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012

Thanks for posting on HCM,

It would have been best if you redo another pregnancy test just be sure, then at the same time see a gynobs for proper evaluation. You will need a pelvic ultrasound too. There are other pelvic diseases that can mic mic a state of pregnancy and those have to be ruled out as well.
Tubal ligation is not a guarantee for permanent sterility and you still run the chances of getting pregnant if the tubes spontaneously untie.
It is best you see a doctor as soon as possible.

Hope this helps
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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