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    blood test positive then negative could I still be pregnant?
    An_250680 posted:
    Hello all

    So I recently found out I was pregnant 2 weeks ago and they said I am abot 9weeks pregnant but then I had taken tests in january and they all came out negative took more in feb. And they are alk positive. Then one day I got something like my period and the dr immediately took a blood test and said it was low so took another one about 5 days later and it said I was no longer pregnant bur I'm still getting pregnancy symptoms and deep down I feel it was wrong but then I know I'm in denial. So is it still possible to be pregnant?
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    It's possible you had a chemical pregnancy where the egg never properly implanted. It's pretty much a very early miscarriage.

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