am i pregnant or not?i have been feeling tired likely in the morning but week before last i took...
a pregnancy test and it was negative,but right now i don't feel myself,an i haven't took a pregnancy test,these two weeks,and i went to my periods but it was before,the time i was suppouse to menstruate,and my period were not heavy as usual and i was only menstruating during the day not at night,please help.this has never happend
It is possible that you could be pregnant, everyone womans body is different so you won't know for sure till you take another pregnancy test. It wouldn't hurt to try another one in a couple of weeks. If it still says negative and you are still feeling like you are having problems. You may need to see a doctor. You can never be to careful with these things. It could be something else going on. A gynocologist would be able to check for other issues as well as pregnancy.
Try the pregnancy test kit, from the first urine in the morning, You will get the more clear picture in that. Otherwise don't be shy to see your gyno doctor.
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