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If you took a pregnancy test and it was positive and then a week later a pregnancy test was negative could you have been pregnant and had a miscarriage?

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2005-11-24 05:05:17
2005-11-24 05:05:17

If you started to bleed soon after, then there is a possibility that you could of had a miscarriage. Pregnancy tests are not always acurrate though and that could of been the problem. If it was a miscarriage then I would go and see the docter, because you should get cleaned out nad the docter will tell you if you really were pregnant or not.

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