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go to your doctor and get a blood test if you want to make sure.

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You may be pregnant but took the test too early or its a false negative. A blood type is most accurate.


Symptoms of pregnancy are a positive pregnancy test and missing period. If you have other symptoms, see your health care provider.


If the pregnancy test was negative, it means that you are not pregnant.


You might have hysterical pregnancy or the test results might be incorrect.



Hello! If you had a normal period and a negative pregnancy test, you wont be pregnant. Yes you can have a negative pregnancy test. A Clinic can do a simple blood test to be a 100 percent positive. Also, some women have had period symptoms and pregnancy at the same time.If you get your period and negative test it is 99% that you are not pregnant all the best!


If you took the test at home, I suggest that you take it at a clinic because the home pregnancy test can sometimes be wrong....And if you are having symptoms you might be.... but what kind of symptoms are you having??


Get a blood test. My mom was 3 months pregnant and home test was negative..Blood test are 100% positive


If you had many symptoms of pregnancy including a missed period last month but negative pregnancy test then this month you had cramping and then you started and still have symptoms can you still be pregnant?



Well, since you have had ALL the pregnancy symptoms and no period, you could be pregnant! But since your home pregnancy test was negative you couldn't be pregnant. You may want to go to your doctor and ask him if you are pregnant.


Endometriosis, possible pelvic inflamatory disease, or a false negative on a pregnancy test. Consult your physician.


Some women who have an ectopic pregnancy have a negative pregnancy test. The hCG which gives a positive test result, is released from the embryo implanting in the uterus.


Wait a few days and take another test. It's possible you got a false negative, or you just don't have enough of the pregnancy hormone in your urine to show up positive. The hormone doubles each day, so if you are still experiencing pregnancy symptoms in 5-10 days, take another test. If it's still negative and you are experiencing pregnancy symptoms, seek medical advice.



Yes you can ,but its very dangorous for your baby!!!! --- If the test is negative and you are on your period it is highly unlikely that you are pregnant. Pregnancy symptoms are the same as pre-menstrual symptoms. If you are concerned have a blood test done. All the best!


Hello. Yes it is possible to have pregnancy symptoms and have a negative pregnancy test. If you are pregnant the test is probably coming out negative because you dont have enough HCG in your system or you have tested too early. The best thing to do is see your doctor for a Beta HCG Quantitative pregnancy blood test. This test will tell you without a doubt if you are pregnant or not. Its the most accurate pregnancy test available and you must see your doctor for this test. Good luck. Recommend me if I have helped you.


you not going to have a baby


If you are feeling movement in your belly, it is much more likely to be gas. You would not have a negative pregnancy test at the point in a pregnancy when you'd feel fetal movement. You should look for another explanation for your "pregnancy symptoms."


Being anemic would make no difference to either pregnancy tests or pregnancy symptoms.


when in doubt, assume you are pregnant. then take a urine pregnancy test, and if that is negative. then you can also check by getting a blood pregnancy test.


Yes , take two pregnancy tests to make sure . Or even three.



If you get pregnancy symptoms, take a pregnancy test


negative= not pregnant positive= pregnant be sure to read the instructions on the pregnancy test package



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