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Is it a possiblity I could still be pregnant?

By Anonymous January 30, 2012 - 12:54pm
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I had sex with my husband on the weekend of Jan 14 leading all the way up to the 25 of Jan. On the 22 and 24 he came in me. I began to feel diffrent the following week. I took a hpt but negative. I began to feel pain in my stomach so over the weekend I went to the doctor and she began pressing on my stomach and there was discomfort. She submitted for a blood preg test. Today I called and it was negative. I'm not due to start my period until the 6th of feb. Is it a possiblity I could still be pregnant?

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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  Just as a home pregnancy test, if a blood test is conducted too early, it can provide a negative reading when the woman is actually pregnant.  You might want to wait until your period is due to take any test.




January 30, 2012 - 1:20pm
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

Yes I figured as much. My body is telling me you are pregnant. But of course I don't want to believe it until I get the postive sign. It has been some years since I have felt like this. I'm at a point where I feel its all in my head! This will be the longest 6 days ever. I'm just ready to know so we (I) can be at ease. I have two boys and of course that want a sister and my husband a girl, but we were not going to try until next year. I have came to the conclusion that if it is so God ordanined it.

January 30, 2012 - 1:35pm
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