I am so confused! I went inot the doctor a few weeks ago for a bladder infection. The doctor told me yes I did have a bladder infection but the urine showed positive for pregnancy as well. Not what I was expecting... So to be sure we did the blood test... and that came back negative.
I am about a week late... I have heard that it could have been a chemical pregnancy, which is why the urine would show as positive but the blood shows as negative. Im not a doctor so I have no idea.
I keep feeling like I am going to get my period any day.. but it just doesn't happen... I am concerned.. not the best time in my life to be pregnant if I am (getting married in 6 months!!)
I guess I am just wondering if anyone else has experienced this.. or if anyone has any type of advice.
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