hi, i m trying to concieve last 2years and in febraury i got pregnancy but unfortunately i had miscarriaged but this month i have missed my period i took pregnancy test at home three times it shows negative but i m feeling the sypmtom of pregnancy like going to toilet for urine alot of time in a day and night and feeling hungry and getting tired and plenty of sleep today is my 15 day of missed period is pegnancy tester is right or not please advise me i m worried
I agree with the previous post, you should have your doctor do a blood test. I have been told that it is normal for a woman to miss at least one period and it usually happens when you are ttc. I was 7 days late once and my sister in law missed 3 periods in a row.
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