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could i still be pregnant

By April 7, 2013 - 8:22am
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Ok im 39 had 12 pregnancy 6 kids now i no im pregnant again if i am im14 weeks along i had every symptom in the book they have lightened up a bit now feeling fetal movement now for two weeks or more others can feel it now but all my test are coming out negative i go for an ultrasound next week i no how it feels to be pregnant i've been pregnant so many times took another hpt two days ago negative could it be my hcg levels are low i dont no what's going on this time around but i just no i am pregnant any one else going through this

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Yeah i understand that when i would've been two weeks she gave me an ultrasound to check for that there was nothing just something small she thought could be a sac but to small to tell an my uterus was thick an closed dr checked for every possible thing could cause me to skip my periods but came up with nothing she said with all the pregnant symptoms shes not ruling out pregnancy she said then i was to early but i took a test two days ago negative but i do feel fetal movement an so can everyone else what causes movement if not pregnant an nausea sore breast peeing alot i got all the symptoms of being pregnant she even took me off all my meds an put me on prenatal pills an told me to act pregnant.well i have been for two months now it just stressful not noing for sure but maybe next week ill no with my.ultrasound hopefully an thanks for you answer'

April 7, 2013 - 4:20pm
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Hi kat1974,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  Many other conditions such as fibroids, endometriosis and many other can also cause changes to a woman's cycle.  You will need to wait until your ultrasound to confirm if you are pregnant.



April 7, 2013 - 3:44pm
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