Conditions with symptom: 'pregnancy'
A retroverted uterus, also known as a tipped or tilted womb, occurs when the uterus tilts backwards towards the spine. Read more →
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I had a miscarriage in January and after 5 weeks my periods returned and seemed to be more or less as regular as before, I haven't had a period for nearly 8 weeks now and home pregnancy tests say not pregnant, I went to my gp and was told to re do a pregnancy test which was no help, any one have any ideas? X
im 44 last year fell pregnant naturally after years of fertility treatmaent.we was over the moon but unfortunately miscarried.i now pray it will happen again.my last priod was may 11th did a pregnancy test&it was negative but feel exhausted&having thick clear vaginal discharge nausea more aware of odours.could this be a early sign of pregnancy?
i have the same symptoms as you, my last period was on apirl the 15th and ive done two pregnancy tests and both came up positive but i suggest you go to the doctors as they can do it free for you, as some can be wrong.
I had unprotected sex about a month ago and took the morning after pill. After this I went on holiday for a week and had protected sex but contracted a UTI I got antibiotics for the UTI and it cleared up - however my vagina occasionally hurts now so I think I might have it back. I've had my period so I wasn't worried about pregnancy but I have light brown discharge now, I heard this occurs in pregnancy although it could be due to the antibiotics. Please help, I'm freaking out.
I have just been for a wee wiped and it was a pinkish blood then my second loo visit I found a drop of blood in my wee both times I had pressure in my front bottom, I did have sex on my ovulation day, 5 days ago, I have been feeling sicky but have done a pregnancy test which shows neg. shall I book an doctors appointment or just ride it out, I have already had 3 miscarriages in the last 2 years. And all pregnancy symptoms were different some iam really confused
Hi there, I'm not a professional but offer advise from someone trying to conceive. Generally you don't find blood in your urine when it is an implantation bleed so I might check that out first. 5 or 6 days seems about right for an implantation bleed. However don't check with a pregnancy test just yet, wait about 4 to 5 days before you take another. Think about it this way, if you have had an implantation bleed then the egg has only just started producing the hormone detected by a pregnancy test. Waiting gives the hormone chance to develop.
hi i get really bad acne during pregnancy,i also had bad acne as a teenager which cleared up with the pill.i am pregnant at the moment and was just wondering if anyone knows of anything safe to use.my doctor will not prescribe anything while im pregnant.also is tea tree oil safe to use on your skin during pregnancy? thanks
I have never been pregnant but i used to get bad skin as a teenager. I was prescribed a solution called Zineret which was a roll on thing - like a roll on deodorant, which i applied in the morning and evening. It is really quick so is convenient. Hope it clears up for you as i know how it feels. Good luck
Ive been trying for baby no.3 for 6 months now. both my first 2 children were conceived very quickly. I always have very regular periods. Ive been experiencing severe bloated ( look pregnant) every month since trying for no. 3. get 90% pregnancy symptoms most month. Currently 4 days late and tests are saying not pregnant. Lat time i asked my dr for advice/help, i was told nothing they could do as pregnancy tests came back negative. What should i do??
i have this same problem, i constantly look 6 months pregnant, my stomach is rock hard ive not had a period for well ive forgotten how long to be honest, i have all the symptoms of pregnancy and ive done tests all negative, ive suffered from around 11 misscarriages in the space of a year and ive been to see loads of doctors about it and just get sent on my way, ive been tryin for my 3rd child for just over a year and a half now, NO look. not even had a misscarriage, im quite healthy, and ive had 2 children from a previous relationship and my current partner want a child but we aint getting no where, does this mean no more CHILDREN?
hi, I had the copper coil inserted early march, haven't had a period since february, and the coil has since fallen out. every internal exam I've ever had they've had difficulty locating my cervix, and after 3/4 failed coil insertions at the doctors i had to get it put in in hospital. pregnancy tests are showing up negative, but i have really bad cramps.is it possible i have a retroverted uterus, and could having the coil have affected pregnancy test results?
I have a tipped uterus, internal examinations are a bit of an annoyance, I usually have to make fists underneath my bum cheeks and lift myself up a bit - the tilted angle makes it easier to locate the cervix. My doctor told me after my first examination. An internal scan to rule out cysts/problems also showed the angle of the uterus. Then again, shortly after this I was diagnosed with endometriosis. You would need to speak to your doctor to get it confirmed, it doesn't really change much though :)
during my last pregnancy i got a vomiting bug and as a result ended up very dehydrated which caused me to be constipated and then the piles started. Nothing would get rid of them and had them for the last four months of pregnancy (and three months after). They are now gone but recently i've been constipated and am dreading getting piles again (my little girl is now ten months). My diet is really good with lots of fibre so i don't understand why? Couldn't handle getting piles again!
I started with boils on both sides of my vaginal area during pregnancy, I was told it was due to too much sugar in my water. I was then told by a different doctor that it was ingrowing hair. I suffered all the way through my pregnancy. A few months after my daughter was born I noticed that I only seemed to get them on or around my period. I went to see my GP again and was given Tetralysal for 6 months which cleared them for a few months but now they are back and I am back on the same antibiotics. I have been on them for 6 weeks and they don't seem to be getting any better yet. Will I always have these recurring boils or is there a cure that will get rid of them for good?
Hi...im 27 and in previous years ive experienced BV it was shortly after my first pregnancy...i repeatedly got it...then with my second pregnancy i was still experiencing unpleasant odur in my vagina and consistent discharge...i was clear of all infections ive had numerous tests scans etc all being clear...this past two years ive noticed when i sit with my legs straight in front of me with pressure on my pelvis...a liquid like discharge with a smell almost like poison comes out...please help me...everything is coming back normal but it is far from normal...
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