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Negative Pregnancy tests, still no period

By September 7, 2009 - 4:15am
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My last depo injection was 8th Jan 09 so would've been due for another at beg of April 09, decided to not have it as myself and my partner are ttc, so far I haven't had a period although i had a little spotting on the 1st and 2nd aug 09, my breasts and nipples are so sore, my breasts have definately become fuller and there are also little pimples on my nipples as well as lots of blue veins most of which either run to my nipple or on them. I have been feeling extremely nauseous for the last 11 days with two days of that actually vomiting. I have become quite constipated and I have been urintating a lot more than usual, finally I'm sure i'm a lot more emotional lately crying at the slightest thing. I was pregnant before (4 years ago) but resulted in a miscarriage at 12 weeks and I didnt really experience any symptoms at all. I have taken 3 pregnancy tests (1 digital) in the last week in the mornings and they are all showing negative. Could I still be pregnant - I dont want to get my hopes up for nothing - xx

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Hi catherine84,

I'm sorry this has become very confusing for you, having pregnancy symptoms with negative pregnancy tests. Perhaps, seeing your doctor and having some serum lab work done will be the best answer to your questions and finally give you an appropriate answer.

If you are not pregnant this time around, don't lose hope and keep trying. I also had a miscarriage with my first and now have a wonderful baby boy. It's a tough experience but helps us appreciate the meaning of creating new life. Whatever you do, continue to enjoy the journey to a beautiful baby!

September 7, 2009 - 5:29am
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