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Can a blood test show positive while a pee test comes up negative?
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Aireanna81 posted:
I'm having very unusual symptoms and I need advice. It has been months since I even had sex so I'm pretty far along if I am pregnant. I've taken at home test recently and it came back negative but I can't shake the feeling it's wrong. But it's not like any pregnancy I've ever heard of. No morning sickness, no severe food cravings, oh and I've bled every single month! But they have been off themselves, I'm usually 28 days dead on not anymore I can't predict it and this time around I swear I bled for an hour and was done. I've had the headaches, the back pain, I swear my belly and breasts are getting larger, I'm tired all the time. I've heard of cases where heavyset women will have their period the whole time and well I am a bigger girl so maybe. Should I just go to my doctor and demand a blood test? Just to be sure, or would it make a difference?

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An_249267 responded:
I would recommend you to do a blood test and maybe an ultrasound and tell your gynecologist everything you been going through so he do extra test in case.
 
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Munki3_B3ar responded:
Don't worry, just go get a blood test & ultrasounds (if the blood test is also negative) just to have a piece of mind. Good luck, I am going in tomorrow to get my blood pregnancy test


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