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having Lower Pelvic pain just above a previous csection scar

hello, i have been having odd pains in my pelvic area about an inch or so above a previous c-section scar and am waiting to see a doctor but it wont be untill another 3 weeks or so, anyway my cycle was about 3 days late this month, which is highly unusual, but eventually started, it lasted for 2 days then stopped for one then started again for another to days which is also unusual for me i usually last about 3 days, so my question is, is it possible to be pregnant or could their be an underlying problemi took a at home pregnancy test when my cycle was 1 day past due and it was negative, could pregnancy still be possible? i dont have any other real symptoms of that other than my skin breaking out and heavy swollen breasts……

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    Hi,

    Thanks for posting.
    Chances of pregnancy are less though cannot be ruled out completely since you eventually got you periods. Some irregularities in menstrual cycle are not uncommon. Mental stress, fatigue, nutritional deficiencies can delay the cycles somewhat. I would suggest you to do a repeat home pregnancy test.
    Take care!

    Answered on May 11, 2014.
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