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Prescribed nominees for pain during periods, missed tablets, cramps, nauseated, excess bleeding. Pregnant?

Doctor gave me nominees to lessen excruciating pain during periods.

I didn't remember to take it everyday and messed my body up.

I was off birth control for three months.

then doctor said to start nuvaring after my next period instead of at the beggining like the website says to.

The second nuvaring I put in makes my body hurt. I had cramps and sharp pains, I felt nauseated, and I bled nonstop the whole time the nuvaring was inserted.

The four weeks was up and I quit nuvaring after that month. I had a period, and finally quit bleeding.

It has been two months since I quit and I haven't had a period yet, I'm supposed to have one in eight days. I took a pregnancy test and both came out positive with faint lines.

Do you think I could be pregnant, or did I just mess my body up really bad? I was checked for an ovarian cyst last year, maybe I should be checked again.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Oct 2013
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dear user
you did urine pregnancy test . and u got faint line .
u need to wate for 3-4 days repeat than . urine pregnancy test comes positive after 7 days .
but faint line can nt avoid .

for early test go for blood test .to see hcg level .
consult your gynec soon
get TVS to see yolk sac formation .

hope this will help u

dr neha
Answered: Wed, 16 Oct 2013
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