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pregnant or not ?

hello im kass, my question is the fallowing : for a while i have been having nausea, very tired, head aches & i missed my period by 3 days, i took a pregnancy test but always comes out negative, im currently trying to conceive , i have had anorexia in the past  but 4 months ago my period started being regular again, and i slowly recovered from anorexia, i am wondering why i often have pregnancy symptoms, breast are bigger, nausea , cravings & all other symptoms due to preganncy but my tests are alwaye negetive ?
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i would relly like to have an answer soon, by a professional or someone who could really help, i dont know what to do anymore. am i pregnant or not . thank you for your time
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The only way to be accurate is to get a test done by your GP - that way you know the test is effective. If it still says negative it may be that you are so wanting to conceive that you are imagining or getting exaggerated symptoms of that, that are actually prevelent.

Hope it goes well for you x
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thank you for yourhelp :)
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hello everyone! my lmp was june8 until now(september14) i missed my period i took lots of pregnancy test all resulted negatve... last sat i went to my OB and i had a urine test again its negative, she adviced me to take provera for five days and go back to her on the 24th.. i had finished the five provera and no period at all.. can you give me some comments to feel relieve
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