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    negative home pregnancy test and negative blood test
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    robinhardesty posted:
    My husband just got back from deployment in June. I had a period on June 15, 2012 and haven't had one since then. I have symptoms I threw up and have had cramping in my lower belly and back. I took 2 home pregnancy tests and they were negative. I then went to the doctors and got a blood test done that was negative. I am now 21 days late with the same symptoms and I have had some spotting. Is it possible I am pregnant? I have heard of people not getting a positive result until they are 12 weeks along. I have been pregnant 7 times and have 6 children. I feel like I am but everyone and tests are telling me no. What do you think?
     
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    scperdomo7 responded:
    I think I would be requesting more testing from my doc if my period was 3 weeks late and was continuing to have possible pregnancy symptoms.


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