i am very confused, i am on BC pills and usually have a normal period with them now i am 2 weeks late and i am having pregnancy symptoms (sore breast, tiredness, nausea and dizziness) and just started spotting today i have taken 2 home pregnancy test and one at the clinic i am interning at ans they are all negative. could i still be pregnant and what do i need to do??
You don't want to only go by symptoms, they don't tell you enough and can also be caused by other things. Whats most important is have you been taking your pills everyday about the same time and not skipping? And if you have not been taking them as directed, have you been having unprotected sex? You can take an HPT and have it be negative but you really are pregnant, some women take longer to build up enough HCG to test positive. You could always ask for a blood test, that is the most accurate.
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