What are the chances of being pregnant but having negative test results?
I was due AF 9 or 10 days ago. Have had several negative tests but haven't done any new tests since Monday.
I know when i had my last baby the test took ages to show a decent line and i can't remember how many weeks i was when a line did appear as my periods weren't regular.
I know they say tests are very accurate but there is so many things that make me feel like i could be pregnant. Sore nipples, darker areola, nausea, sore lower back, cramps and some pains around uterus area (especially when i pee and i remember having this before when pg) more tired than usual and headaches.
If not pregnant then when is it considered sensible to go to the Dr when a period hasn't arrived??
If its been 4 days since you tested I would totally test again. If it was too early before your hcg could have almost doubled by now. I wouldn't have the patience to wait, you have some amazing willpower!
It's possible for this to happen. Sometimes it doesn't show up until you're 5-6 weeks pregnant. And by then it's even better cuz they can do a sonogram and they'll be able to see a sac. But, yea it's possible for that to happen and if you had this issue in your last pregnancy then it's possible it's happening again. When we're irregular sometimes we don't know when we're really due so we could be testing too soon and not even know it. G/L.
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