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    Period month late
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    An_249788 posted:
    My period is 4 weeks late and i am getting negative pregnancy tests. I have no symptoms of period or pregnancy. The only thing that has been weird for the last 6 weeks is that i will go from having extreme vaginal discharge white/milky color to being completely dry. My husband and I are trying to conceive could there still be a chance that I am pregnant and my HGC levels are just not high enough or should i just keep trying for that positive test. I'm contemplating on getting a blood test.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, pregnancy is still a possibility. Some women, for whatever reason, never show on pregnancy tests and have to have a blood test to conform pregnancy. Since you're near when your next period would come, wait and see if it comes and if it doesn't, see your doctor.


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