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    Can a blood be wrong?
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    rocky06 posted:
    Last month I never had a period I had 2 negative at home pregnancy test and then after being one week late my doctor had me do a blood test which came up negative also, but I am on month 2 of no period (my husband is gone for work and has been for the last month so there is no chance I got pregnant this month) I don't want to really wast money on another at home pregnancy test if there is no chance I could be pregnant but it is still bugging me, last month i was having cramping and this month I have started having like acid re-flux.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Blood tests are very accurate so I'd say you aren't pregnant. There are many reasons other than pregnancy that can cause you to miss periods.
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