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    could i be pregnant??
    skylarsmom716 posted:
    had a question for everyone. my period was three weeks late and i had pregnancy symptoms. throwing up naucious frequent urination. so naturally i took pregnancy tests. a total of six over the three week span. all were negative. then i get what i thought was my period but was way to heavy and painful. i went to obgyn where they took a test again negative.i saw online where you can get negative tests for up to eight weeks. my question is could i really be pregnant? still have symptoms. is it possible i was pregnant with twins and lost one and just getting negative tests? please help me at least for peace of mind?
    lovebird79 responded:
    I think because your period was heavy and painful, that you aren't pregnant.... especially if the doctor took a blood test.

    wait until your next period is due and if that one is late then go to the doctor again.

    Good luck!
    skylarsmom716 replied to lovebird79's response:
    the doctor did not take a blood test only a urine test. thats why im still confused.

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