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    Late for period but still have negative test
    An_249193 posted:
    I am 12 days late on my period, and me and my husband have been trying to conceive. But my test are negative, I've been having some symptoms. Like fullness, bloating, tired, dry mouth, can't get enough water, and tenderness in breast. I guess I just need to know if I need to go to the dr, and if its possible that I am pregnant.
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, it's possible you are pregnant. Some women don't show on pregnancy tests and you may be one of them. You can go to the doctor for a blood test or you can wait and see if you miss a second period then go to the doctor.

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