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Could you be pregnant if you are more than a week late for your period but 5 HPTs were negative?

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2011-09-12 15:22:33

YES I HAVE BEEN PREGNANT AND THE URINE TEST WAS NEGATIVE AND

THEN THE BLOOD TEST WAS POSITIVE. UNFORTUNATELY BOTH TIMES MY

PREGNANCY WAS UNSUCCESSFUL

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i find that extremely false.two blood tests at the most ..should

never give you a false result.

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SHe said one pee test and one blood test.

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it sound to me like ur just stressed, that's why your period is

late. try and stop thinkin so much about it and i bet your period

arrives x

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with my daughter i had 5 hpt and they was all negative and i went

to docs and it was positive and my period is 3 weeks late and took

about 7 test and all negative

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Actually, it depends on what kind of blood test you get to detect

pregnancy. Some women have said that a simple blood test did not

show that they were pregnant until they were a few months along and

a more elaborate test (that checked for how MUCH of hCG was in the

blood and not just detecting if there was any at all).

But as far as HPT's -- most women have said that they do not

test positive on a HPT until they were approximately 6 or 7 weeks

along. And in some cases, some women have not tested positive on

HPTs until they were several MONTHS along. I knew a woman who did

not test positive until she was six MONTHS pregnant. It all depends

on the woman's hCG levels.

i need to know this, if a girl gets her period that means she

isntpregnant right? what if she has an early period, does that mean

shestill isn't pregnant but could it mean something different??

so lets say her period is a week early, does that mean she is

pregnent??


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