The last time I had sex was on Nov 18 and 25 completely unprotected. I skipped my period in the beginning of Dec but got what I assume to be a normal period (lasted 3 days as usual and kinda heavy and gooey, tmi) on Jan 7 which was after many negative hpts including two at planned parenthood on Dec 11 and Jan 7. They told me I could start my bc pills Jan 13 on a sunday. I stopped taking them 6 days later because I didnt like the side affects. I had withdrawal bleeding 2 days later for 2 days, really heavy and with alot of small clots. During all this I had went to the hospital on Jan 11 and 15 and they did blood and urine tests, all coming back negative but I still have abdominal pain so they also did a ct scan and a pelvic exam. During all this I would have been about 4 weeks pregnant If I was. Could the ct scan have shown pregnancy (even though you shouldnt have one if pregnant) or could the er doctor have noticed pregnancy when feeling around during the pelvic exam. I have no infections or stds. Here it is Jan 25 and still negative results. Ive been having constant stomach pains..upper, lower, in both ovary areas. Stomach feels tight all the time and everytime I eat I get really bloated like it looks like im a couple months pregnant. Sometimes it also feels like im discharging but nothing is ever there. Also have the urge to pee more often than usual. Can I have negative blood and urine tests, have a normal period, and have withdrawal bleeding if I was pregnant. Would the withdrawal bleed have happened if I was pregnant before starting the pill? Im so worried and nobody can give me answers. Why does my stomach hurt so bad? The only other thing I can think it is is that I only have been eating like 500 calories a day for the last couple months and Im down to 117lbs at 5'10". I usually weigh 130-135. Maybe my stomach is eating itself but it doesnt explain the urination problems.
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Hi sparkdkaos and welcome to Scarleteen,
For your questions about whether you could still be pregnant, can you please take a look at the information in this link?
Your questions about whether the medical tests and examinations would have detected pregnancy are best answered by a doctor. Since you're under a doctor's care right now to determine what is causing your health difficulties, I would suggest you ask them.
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