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Old 09-08-12, 11:19 PM
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Default I'm needing advice. I'm really confused

If u were pregnant or are, has the right side of your stomach & above the belly bottom get hard. I haven't had my cycle since 7/16 & also have had 3 negative pregnancy test. What are the chances of me expecting & the test didn't catch it. Here are the days that I too the test:
Aug 22: Negative
Aug 30: Negative
Sept 5: Negative
I'm really confused. But, I do plan on calling my obgyn & making a appointment for bloodwork & ultrasound. Any advice would be appreciated.
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No, no hardness for me during my 2 pregnancies until I was towards the end of my due date. I def agree that you should see a doctor! I hope it is nothing serious and you get some answers!
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