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can i still be preggo if my home pregnancy test say nigitve
I am 22 an I have been perggo 2 times an that is the only time that I have geen leat for more then a week or 2.I am 2 monthes leat but this time the home pergnancy test I took was nigitve can still be perggo?
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1809109 tn?1331807377
Many things can cause a late or missed period. So while it's theoretically possible the hormone wasn't high enough in your urine to show a pregnancy, I think it's still pretty unlikely. I suggest talking with a gyn to make sure everything checks out. You might also want to get a blood pregnancy test, just in case.
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Yes, I had a hormone imbalance and had only 3 periods in a year in my late 20's.  My body was producing too much estrogen (long story).  

So, on the surface, a pregnancy test can give you a false negative but that is usually early on in pregnancy.  Two months late, it would be unlikely.  

I'd follow up with your doctor and they'll confirm pregnancy one way or the other right off the bat to rule it out and then will work on why you are not menstrating.  good luck
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it is possible for the home test to be wrong. I would schedule a pregnancy test at your local health dept to make sure.
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