I am almost two weeks past my period and I've taken 2 pee tests already both came back negative. Figuring they were not working I went to my doctor and explained all of my symptoms to her. She did a pee test and a blood test but the qualitative one where they go off of th lowest amount. She called me yesterday and told me those were negative also. I am having cramps, bloating fatigue, morning sickness, nauseaus to certain smells, having to go pee 5 + times a night, not to mention all the trips during the day. And my stomach and back are itching like crazy. } would like to know you opinions should I wait another 2 weeks for my 2nd missed period and test again maybe its too soon? I've read that plenty of women have gotten back neg awnsers but 2 months past and they are 8 weeks into a pregnancy. Any thoughts would sure ease this chickas mind. Because I feel like I'm going insane with all these results but they can't explain my symptoms.
A blood test should of shown a more definitive answer, and if that was negative 2 weeks late, then maybe you're not pregnant. I'd be wanting to find out what else may be going on if you're not pregnant. Sometimes its not unusual for your period to go a little haywire sometimes.
I agree with thirdtimemum, blood tests can pick up even the tiniest amount of hcg if it is present. In my experience when I had a hormonal imbalance I had all the pregnancy symptoms in the world so I got a blood test but I wasn't pregnant. It was just my hormones. You need to talk to your doctor.
Sometimes its to early to tell. I had all the preg symptoms3 days after intercourse n my tests was neg both blood n urine.. but i still have all the commin preg symptoms.. i was told that your nt considered fully preg til after 3 weeks hence u may have took the tests too early to pick up any hcg levels i say wait another week or so or until youve missed again n go from there.. otherwise as the ladies said above it could b something completely diff wrong than pregnancy.. good luck finding out
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