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    Could I still be pregnant??
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    An_267438 posted:
    I have been having many symptoms of pregnancy, much more hormonal than usual period time. I have been peeing like crazy, headaches, breast and nipple tenderness, fatigue, nausea, crazy smells, etc. I thought I was pregnant as of mid March. I had a late period in March, but it was short and not as heavy. As of April 18, had intercourse again, 19th I started bleeding (this was about 4 days late from my normal period), but very light which is not typical for me. And on 20th I had a DR visit and both urine and blood test came back negative. I still feel like I am pregnant though. But, it could just be wishful thinking because I was so excited to be pregnant. Is there still a possibility that I am pregnant? I've read a lot about HCG levels not being high for some at first, and I know I have some hormonal issues. Could that be why I am testing negative? Could I even become pregnant from the 18th and it was too early to show on blood test?


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