Hello. Aww, thank u. Yes I knew it. Thats y I didn't throw in the towel when I got my first negative. Like they say "you know your body"....lol.
Wow!! So you got another negative..sry. Well from wut I hear blood tests are pretty accurate. They are supposed to detect even the lowest levels of the hcg hormone. But I've also heard cases where they can be inaccurate, but rarely. I don't wana be the one to tell you to throw ur hands up with it all...but I will say just continue to monitor you body and its different changes...if in fact your still suspecting that you are the next step would be getn a sonogram. Have you had any bleeding?
hi. read your second post. i still do not believe it, it may just be a hormonal imbalance. would love to hear the outcome! it would be so so unusual if you were to be pregnant, although cramping is a common early pregnancy symptom. good luck
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