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No periods in two months, negative tests, stomach pain. Am I pregnant?

So im a 21 year old femle I havent had my period in 2 months and I have taken 6 tests that have all came out saying negative in that time and I am very active with my boyfriend. I get little headed and this weird fedling in my throut and stomach once in a while. I also get really shap pains in my stomach like the ones when ok m getting ready to start my period. I have no health insurence. Am I prego??? Or is something else wrong with me???
Asked On : Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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When you are in an active sexual life with a previous history of regular cycles, any deviation from the normal and that too with repeated negative pregnancy tests should be immediately reported to a doctor who can perform a physical examination and if needed a sonogram to know the cause. The timing of the tests is also important as low levels of hCG give false negatives. I advice you to see your doctor for further advice. Good luck.
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