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    I feel Like I am pregnant but I got a negative.
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    An_250555 posted:
    So, I use the "My Days" app on my phone to track my ovulation and my period. I usually am a few days earlier then the menstruation calculator and have to adjust it manually to reflect the correct days. But without having to correct it it says I am 3 days late. I have been feeling nauseated, bloated, light headed, and have to pee every 5 minutes. At first I thought it was PMS but I am sleeping all the time now and I have no clue. I took a pregnancy test today but I had to make myself pee and didn't get enough pee so I wiped it on my vagina to get more pee. The test came back negative. I am not sure if I should retest. Please help!

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    KP1985 responded:
    You might try peeing in a small cup if you feel like you wont have enough. There are directions in the box with the test for that, but I believe you pee in the cup, then hold the test in the cup for about 20 seconds.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    The most accurate tests are taken with first morning urine, meaning the first pee when you get up. There's usually more than enough for that.
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