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Could you still be pregnant if you had your menstrual cycle but a test was negative but you are still feeling nauseous when you lie on your stomach at night or after you take a run?

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2005-11-20 01:01:00
2005-11-20 01:01:00

You may be feeling nauseas when you lie down because you have a tummy virus. Or you may be pregnant. So yes it is possible to still be pregnant but because you had a normal period this does lower your chances of being pregnant significantly. See your doctor for a blood test to find out without a doubt. HPT are not very reliable.

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