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Can you have negative HPT results and have spotting and still be pregnant?

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2015-07-15 21:48:23
2015-07-15 21:48:23

Hmm...it depends is the spotting happening while ur suppose to be on ur period? cuz if so then that's a sign...but if i were you id wait a week or two then test again,you could be preg but it could be to early to tell. if ur really that unsure though u can go have a blood test taken and you'll kno alot faster! hope i helped. you can email me anytime. i wish u the bes tof luck with everything xoxo

Yes its possibly you could be pregnant. You do have some of the symptoms.

I suggest you go to your doctor and have a blood test/examination as these are more accurate than the home tests. Good luck!

maybe , I was wonderring the same thing, We r trying 2 get pregnant I took ovulation test, had my LH Surge, ovulated, sex b4, & after, now I spotted (Dec 17th&18th) ( i believe it was implantation) not due for my period until Dec. 25th, now wondering if fertilization occurs(i conceive), had implantation bleeding/spotting, took test 2day 20th-21st, neg, I heard well if implantation occurs I'm pregnant right? so now itz whether it's productive, i had early miscarriage last month, showed 2 lines, but 1 faint:( <3LauraK

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