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19 days late and negative test

By July 13, 2013 - 6:20pm
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I am currently 19 days late. I am always very regular. I took a pregnancy test this morning and it said negative. I have noticed heavier, thicker discharge lately. I am feeling nauseous and today have just been completely drained. I have 3 children already and habe never had a problem with being this late and a pregnancy not showing up. I did call my doctor Monday and they called in Provera. I figured they would want me to come in and check me out, but no. The pharmasist told me not to take it even if there is a slight chance I could be pregnant bc it can cause miscarriage. So my question is, is it possible that I am pregnant and for some reason its just not showing up yet? And if not, what could be going on? Im 27 and am not under any more stress than I normally am. Please help!

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EmpowHER Guest

Hi, Kristin:

Can you give us an update? I am currently 12 days late. I took a blood test when I was 5 days late and the results were <5 Hcg. I have taken numerous pregnancy tests and are negative. My concern is that I had a tubal ligation clamp years ago.

July 24, 2013 - 8:08am
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Hi Kristin,

I completely agree with your pharmacist. If there is a chance, which I am assuming that you had sex and there is a possibility, you should go and get a blood test to be sure before taking provera. Urine culture pregnancy tests are very accurate about 99% accurate although there is always that small chance of it being wrong. Call your doctor back and tell them you need to be sure so they can take the blood test. Good luck.



July 14, 2013 - 5:23am
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