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Answered 2011-09-12 22:22:08

most likely not pregnant, with so many negatives, but that being said, pregnancy tests are not always right, and you can get your period while pregnant, if you think you might be, its best to consult a doctor


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If you have had your periods and a negative result, it is unlikely that you are pregnant

you can not be pregnant at the same time you are having periods.

Yes you can do a pregnancy test while in your periods. But there's no need to do it because you are 100% negative. Having monthly periods means that you are not pregnant.

Yes I was a month pregnant with my second child...I had a period that lasted 7 days. It was however, lighter than normal. So I went to the doctors who did a pregnancy test, which came up negative even though I was a month pregnant. It was the following period that I missed.

Yes you may be pregnant but if the tests were negative then your probably having irregular periods.

999 times out of 1000 period = not pregnant, especially if pregnancy tests are negative too. So you are not in the first trimester.

ya, my friend took about 7 home pregnancy tests and they turned out negative, then she went to the doctor and got a pregnancy test and that turned out negative. Now she has a little girl.

You can be sure that you are not pregnant as all three tests were negative.

Yes, a person can be pregnant and throughout the entire pregnancy they can have periods. It can be shorter and lighter but a period can also be shorter or lighter from stress, a change in eating habits, exercise or sexual activity.

yes a negative pregnancy test can be a false negative so get checked out or take an ultrasound

It is possible to get a false negative on a at home pregnancy test but it is not common. Go to your doctor and have a blood test done.

yes but more likely not to be you should go check with a doctor

It is not common to get a false negative on a pregnancy test but is possible. It is best to go to your doctor in these instances.

irregular periods doesn't affect a pregnancy test result

Probably not, but there is a small possibility. You should go see a doctor to find out for sure if you are pregnant or not and to get your periods started again if you aren't pregnant. It's not usually healthy for a women not to have her period.

not possible, you either get your periods or you are pregnant (you don't get periods anymore through out pregnancy)

You need a doctor to determine for sure if you are pregnant. There is some failure in home pregnancy tests and you want to be sure unusual bleeding is not a sign of an unhealthy condition. However sometimes you will experience lighter periods and brown is not uncommon, especially near the end or beginning of a period or if you are very young or heading toward menopause.

Yes, some women actually do have their periods during the first few months of pregnancy. Usually, however, these cycles are lighter and shorter than normal.

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