I am nine weeks late... I have done numerous home pregnancy tests and everyone one of them is "inconclusice", I went to my Dr did a blood test two weeks ago and that was negative. I still think I am pregnant though (is that weird?) my breasts are slightly enlarged, I have to urinate alot, and I'm exhausted (not tired) just exhausted.
Now (well this past week) I have developed what seems to be a lactose intolerence.
Anytime I digest the smallest amount of dairy, I spend the next hour on the toilet with cramps and diahrea.
I would just like to know if I could still possibly be pregnant and if this is possibly a symptom of that.
A friend of mine has two children and said that she never passed and pregnancy test, not even the blood tests until after 12 weeks...but she was pregnant both time.
Please help ..What do I do next ? or just wait a couple more weeks ?
I agree. Your period coming on soon can cause breast tenderness as well. Blood pregnancy tests are pretty conclusive. In all my years of nursing I've never seen anyone be pregnant after a negative blood test.
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