Patient : I'm 16. I decided to contact you because I don't know what to do and doctors don't want to help me. I was having sex with a boy that we then found out had chlamydia. I was feeling sick all the time, my stomach was hurting a lot, I had problems with passing urine, sex started to hurt deep inside etc. I went to sexual health clinic and I had a test (it came out as negative after one week) and they treated me for chlamydia. I was told to wait a week for the symptoms to stop, but it was just getting worse and worse. Heavy bleeding, spotting, not being able to move because of the pain.. Those are just some of the symptoms I was having. I came back to the clinic and they thought it could be PID so they treated me for that. But this antibiotics didn't help as well. I still have abdominal pain. I can feel something moving and kicking inside me. It's there all the time. I was at the clinic yesterday and I had 2 pregnancy tests. The results both came out the same. One clear line and the other one very light. The possibility of me being pregnant is very small because I was taking birth control pills for 2 years and I was always using condomes except one time which was two months ago but the guy didn't cum. I didn't have periods for 2 years that's why the bleeding worried me. I stopped taking birth control pills one week ago because I was worried that it could be pregnancy, but I didn't have sex since the 1st of January. I read a lot about ectopic pregnancy and the symptoms are the same. I did two pregnancy tests at home and they were negative. The sexual health clinic said that there is a possibility that I might have ectopic pregnancy. I am very scared. I have been to gp and hospital but they don't want to help me. They say everything is fine but it's be two months already and I can't stand it. What should I do ? Where should I go ?
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