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    Could a pregnacy test give a false neg. after a period is due?
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    Anon_60315 posted:
    I am four days late I can usually set a calendar by my cycles. I had some spotting when it was due waited for 2 days and got a negative. I do have a block tube so even in the best of cases I have a 50% chance. Plus, after 4 years of ttc it is hard to get my hopes up.
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    Yvette Smith, MD, MPH responded:
    Yes, you could still be pregnant. It depends on the test, the time of day it was taken and other factors. If the test is still negative in a couple of days and your period hasn't started, go to your doctor for a pregnancy test. If you are having pain, go now


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