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What are the chances of still being pregnant after four pregnancy tests come out negative?

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2005-07-28 15:12:29
2005-07-28 15:12:29

It all depends. If you took the pregnancy tests too early, then you could get false negatives. I would recommend you wait a week, if your period doesn't start, then retest or get a blood pregnancy test at your doctor's office. ~pawsalmighty

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