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    An_251372 posted:
    I haven't had a period since January 27th. I've taken 3 HP test and 1 urine test at my primary doctors office (all of which have been negative). They also did blood work to check my hormones and thyroid which were normal. I've been cramping and spotting and just within the last week have started to experience pains in my abdomen. I finally went to my OB today and had another urine test (neg) and vaginal ultrasound which detected a ruptured ovarian cyst. I found it stranged that I've been craving certain foods and not enjoying food from one of my favorite restaurants. Could it be possible that although the u/t didn't detect a baby that I could still be pregnant as well as have the cyst?
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