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Lower abdominal pain, nausea, hard sensation, gained weight. Had unsafe sex. Am I pregnant?

Hi. I'm getting worried about something in my stomach. at times, i feel something hard in my lower abdomen. like right underneath my belly button. and my stomach feels hard within. im overweight and i know i have a lil cushion but when i try to feel the inside of my stomach, its hard. i also feel out of breath sometimes and i think its because of what's happening in my stomach. and i've recently gained like 20 lbs but it looks like they all went to my stomach. and i've been burping a lot. too much. i had unprotected sex december 15th but i took 1 pregnancy test in february and 2 in march and they all came out negative. no irregularities in my period and no pregnancy symptoms except slight nausea in february for about a week. i do not feel pregnant. i just don't think i'm pregnant. but i'm worried what this is about. am i just getting fat or is there something going on? no changes in my diet.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hi, welcome to healthcare magic.
The symptoms you mention and much more are non specific and not sufficient to diagnose pregnancy.
To diagnose pregnancy you should first miss your period then confirm by a blood test, followed by ultrasound examination at the proper time.
My advice is to have an ultrasound scan on you pelvis and abdomen, maybe there is a cause for this pain. If the scan is normal so there is nothing to worry about and start a program to loose weight.
If these symptoms persisit I recommend visiting an internist.
I hope these words were useful and good luck.
Dr. Ahmed Bahaa.
Answered: Wed, 15 May 2013
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