My boyfriend and I had unprotected sex on many occasions. I was supposed to start my period on 09/18/11 and I have taken pregnancy test more than once and they have all said negative but I'm starting to show some symptoms of being pregnant. I dont know if I should go to the doctor or not? What should I do!!
1. You did not ovulate and no ovulation usually means no period. This will happen to most women at least once during their reproductive lives.
2. You are pregnant and not showing on the tests. Some women, for whatever reason, do not show on the pregnancy tests and have to have a blood test to confirm pregnancy.
Either way, I wouldn't worry just yet. If you miss a second period and are still getting negative test results, see your doctor.
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Report This| Share this:6 days late on my period. Test say negative but im showing signs of pregnacy?Two possible scenarios:<br /> <br />1. You did not ovulate and no ovulation usually means no period. This will happen to most women at least once during their reproductive lives.<br /> <br />2. You are pregnant and not showing on the tests. Some women, for whatever reason, do not show on the pregnancy tests and have to have a blood test to confirm pregnancy.<br /> <br />Either way, I wouldn't worry just yet. If you miss a second period and are still getting negative test results, see your doctor.
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