I am 18 weeks late on my menstrual cycle and thursday I had taken a blood pregnancy test and the result was negative at the hosptial. All blood work were normal. My abdomen is like a baby bump and I have swollen ankles. Please help... My last period was 1/29/11 and before that was 10/20/10. please send suggestion at email@example.com thanks
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2 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:18 weeks late on menstrual cycle and NOT pregnant!!Hello.... <br /> <br />I am 18 weeks late on my menstrual cycle and thursday I had taken a blood pregnancy test and the result was negative at the hosptial. All blood work were normal. My abdomen is like a baby bump and I have swollen ankles. Please help... My last period was 1/29/11 and before that was 10/20/10. please send suggestion at <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a> thanks
I didn't have my period for four months and went in and found out I have PCOS and my brain is producing too much prolactin so it is making me not ovulate.. Have you went to a gynocologist to talk about what might be going on?
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