Well, let me give you some background information first. I was on the nuva-ring, which a birth control ring that you insert into your vagina for three weeks and then you take it out and have your period. It is just like the pill, as far as time periods, except that it's a ring. I was on this from Aug. 2006 until Jan. 2007. I got off of it because the hormones that the nuva ring put in me added to my depression. Well, the good thing about this that my depression is getting better since I have stopped useing the nuva ring. The down side is that I feel that I may be pregnant. I have not had my period since the end of January. I have been unbelieveabley tired, moody, hungary very often, hot flashes, lower back aches, abdominal cramping, my brests feel larger as well as my stomach (almsot like a swollen feeling). I have taken 2 pregnancy tests most recently. I took one of them in the evening and one of them first thing in the morning. Both ogf them read negative. I am not usually a paramoid person about this sort of things but, I dsdo wonder. I have a Dr.'s appointment Monday morning so, hopefully this can be cleared up. Until then, I wonder if I am pregnant? Any suggestions on finding out sooner? What do you think? Thanks for any advice!! I appreciate it.
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