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PCOS, 42 , Last period March 30,2017, til April 3,2917- unprotected sex April 10,12,19, May 4,2017 3 hp tests one faint positive, dr office urine test negative, no blood draw, period is almost 2 months late???

By May 21, 2017 - 3:26pm
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Ok I'm a 42 yo female with PCOS and regular periods, my last period was March 30, 2017 it lasted til April 3,2017. I had unprotected sex April 10,12,19 and May 4,2017. I took 3 hp tests of which one was a faint positive could of been evap line. Went to Dr last week had urine negative for pregnancy and sti testing all negative. I'm growing alarmed bc my boobs are bigger and fuller, I'm gaining weight in my belly but a dr office nurse told me I'm not pregnant I haven't seen a dr to feel inside or to have a hcg quant andbqual test I'm worried what's going on????

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Hi, Itsdajess74

Thank you for your post.

You need to see a doctor for an examination to find out what is going on as well as a blood test. I don't see why they didn't do this when you went to the office for the urine test.

Keep us updated.


May 21, 2017 - 3:46pm
(reply to Helena)

Is it possible to be pregnant with negative urine tests and PCOS I've been pg before twice back to back with PCOS I had a mc march 1,2016 and found out I was pg again April 6,2016. And had a chemical pg that time. I'm confused maybe I am pg

May 21, 2017 - 4:11pm
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Urine tests are reliable depending on when they are taken. Typically, a urine test won't show positive results until two weeks after conception or the first day after a missed period. In contrast, you can take a blood test and get an accurate result within 7-12 days after conception because it will detect the smallest amounts of hCG.


May 21, 2017 - 5:10pm
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