If you are actually feeling movement in your belly, then you would be quite far along in your pregnancy. I've heard that it's possible for some women to test negative far into their pregnancy, so if you are not sure, go to your doctor. If you're that far along, you need to care for yourself and the baby. But if you're that far along, you would probably have a lot of other symptoms and would be starting to show as well.
Hello! If you had a normal period and a negative pregnancy test, you wont be pregnant. Yes you can have a negative pregnancy test. A Clinic can do a simple blood test to be a 100 percent positive. Also, some women have had period symptoms and pregnancy at the same time.If you get your period and negative test it is 99% that you are not pregnant all the best!
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