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Could you be 4 or 5 weeks pregnant with sore breasts and still get a negative home pregnancy test result?

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2005-12-08 12:17:03
2005-12-08 12:17:03

yes providing you have not had a period. You can buy fertility thermometers which are sensitive enough to pick up the small rise in temperature when you ovulate. In Europe there is a device available called Persona which is marketed for contraception by telling you when you are fertile so you can avoid those times. However if you are trying for a baby you can turn it round and have intercourse when the device tells you you are fertile. I found this website which tells you about it in the US http://www.goaskalice.columbia.edu/1979.html However the article is from 2001 so things may have moved on since then. If you are very irregular your first step should be to go to the doctor and check that you are producing enough hormones for ovulation, as all the other things won't work if you are not. good luck

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