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4 Negative Pregnancy tests... could they be wrong?

By Anonymous March 12, 2010 - 9:27pm
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My last period was January 26 and I only had sex once last month on February 14th. I haven't gotten my period so I took two pregnancy tests. Once during the morning on March 8th (one Early First Response and one ClearBlue digital) and both came back negative. I took two more pregnancy tests again this morning (same kind) and they were negative again. It's been 46 days since my last period and I've never missed one. I am having no symptoms of pregnancy or menstruation other than being bloated.

Could I still be pregnant even after the negatives if I'm a week/two weeks late?

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Well still no signs of a period and I have started experiencing breast tenderness that seems out of the norm for me. Obgyn said she can't take me for another few weeks without a positive pregnancy test. Urine tests still are showing a negative. All this uncertainty is killing me.

March 16, 2010 - 12:42am
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I'm concerned that the doctor won't see you for another few weeks unless you're positively pregnant. Do you have a history with this doctor or would she be new to you? If she's new to you, I might consider trying to find another doctor who could see you sooner. This may just be a hormonal imbalance that will correct itself in time, but I know how hard the waiting is.

Do you normally experience breast tenderness as a sign of PMS? Might this be a sign that your period is indeed on the way?

March 17, 2010 - 7:48am
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Thanks for your quick response Susan. No, we did not use protection (spur of the moment stupidity) but he never ejaculated so my worry would be from the pre-ejaculatory fluid.

March 13, 2010 - 3:13pm
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