Hi ladies ive been having all the symptoms of pregnancy and have been ttc for over 1yr now. My last period was 10th March 2013. my most fertile days were 28th/29th/30th March so as we are ttc we had sex on all of these days from the 3rd/april i began spotting copperish cula and just one day of slight cramping nothing to bad. then my next period was due on the 14th/april wich i missed and went to dr she said there is a good chace dat i was preg:) and to wait and test again after a week ive has nausea and itchy breasts constant urinating and fatigue, and also very full feeling in lower stomach. so i waited and began to spot again at which pont i would have been about 7/8wks preg and went to dr again she said even tho i am spotting i could still be preg and now has refered me for an emergancy scan!!! Can i actualy be almost 10weeks preg and still get neg tests!!! My husband and i are waiting now!!! please ladies if anyone has had this wen they tested neg so late and still had a healthy preg please advice!!!
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