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Answered 2008-12-13 05:26:27

Yes, you could. BUT, if you won't believe the test you took why would you believe a website?


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look closely for pregnant signs and do a pregnancy test in the morning when u wake

Though pregnancy tests are supposed to be foolproof, there are some factors that could make the test come out negative even if you are pregnant, for example, you get more accurate results if you use morning urine. A blood test will confirm (or not confirm) a pregnancy for sure.

No, it could be a sign of something else and every pregnancy does not involve morning sickness (75% do). The best ways to tell if you are pregnant are missed periods, home pregnancy tests, and physician exams and laboratory tests.

Because you're not pregnant or because you have taken it too soon or not used an early morning specimen of urine.

No, a negative pregnancy test means the nausea is caused by something besides pregnancy.

I ran out of room to add more, but I also have endometriosis. Could the bleeding be associated with that? I am so confused with the negative pregnancy tests, because I FEEL pregnant...

Technically, yes. It is not uncommon, though, to feel morning sickness sometimes, even when you are not pregnant. Especially when you smell or feel something that reminds you of a previous pregnancy.

75% of pregnant women experience some morning sickness in early pregnancy.

Hi, You cannot become pregnant during your period. This is physically impossible. Always use a condom to prevent pregnancy.

Very. Most women get it 75% of pregnant women have morning sickness in early pregnancy.

The first signs of pregnancy are morning sickness.

There is a small chance. You could re test in the morning since your body has all night to build up the pregnancy hormone (if any) so you should get a very accurate reading.

Any time you have unprotected sex, there is a risk of pregnancy. Go see a doctor for a proper test.

Yes, approximately 25% of pregnant women never have morning sickness and that is normal for them during that pregnancy. Each pregnancy can be different.

It's a fact, you can't get a false positive, but it's very likely to get a false negative! The pregnancy hormone detected in pregnancy tests is at it's strongest in the first urination of the morning, so if your negative results were at a different time, it's likely you weren't far enough along to detect it, except for in the morning. GO SEE YOUR DOCTOR!!! =)

It probably means your not pregnant. Although you should take another test to calculate better results.

You would be better off going to the doctors for this one. If you are pregnant some women experience morning sickness. Some women also get their periods when they are pregnant but this is very rare.

Getting sick during Pregnancy is usually called Morning Sickness. Morning Sickness is one of many thing that can come with being pregnant and not everyone gets morning sickness when they are pregnant.

hi there, I'm just wondering why you would presume your pregnant if the tests are negative ? are there signs of pregnancy ? there are different and better times to take a test like first thing in the morning or a couple of days after your late period ! if your doc confirms the negative test then I'm afraid its a no chick xx

Approximately 25% do not have the symptoms of morning sickness in pregnancy.

Ideally you should use your first urine of the morning because the pregnancy hormone is more concentrated, especially if its very early that you've suspected your pregnant... I only know because i asked the same thing a few weeks ago am now 11 weeks pregnant and had a negative using an evening time sample and a positive the morning after!

The signs of pregnancy can include, skipped monthly periods, morning nausea, increase in appetite, weight gain and swelling.

pregnancy tests are only 99% accurate. this means that there is still a possibilty that it is incorrect. although it is highly unlikely that you are pregant if you tested negative three times, it still might be a good idea to see your doctor and have him/her test you for pregnancy if you have missed your periods and are suffering from any pregnancy symptoms such as spotting blood, breast tenderness, morning sickness, nausea or bloating. but i wouldn't worry too much if the only reason you think you may be pregnant is just because you have missed a few periods. this is not unusual and is quite common amongst teens and women. either way, a visit to your doctor should put your mind at ease.

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