Could I Be 10 Weeks Preg With Neg Hpts Confused

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MM - March 21

Hello...I have always been irregular. I never know when my period is coming (2 months, 3 months - I've even gone 6 months without a period before). I had tests done 4-5 years ago (blood, ultrasound) & was told that everything was fine, it would just be more difficult for me to conceive when I was ready. I feel like I might be pregnant but hpts are -ve. No af since Dec. 26 - had a little blood when I wiped on Feb. 9, put a pad on, next day only very faint spotting on pad. These are my symptoms: tingling/burning nipples, cramps, gassy, extremely tired. I think my stomach & br___ts look a little bigger (but I'm not sure, maybe I just got fatter). I also get waves of nausea & feel very nauseated just before lunch when I start to get hungry. I don't usually get any symptoms that af is on her way, just cramps occasionally. So I never know when she is coming. I think the blood on Feb 9th may have been implantation bleeding. I tried a pregnancy calculator (I input 45 day cycles as I had a period approx. 45 days before the one in Dec.) & it said I ovulated on Jan. 24th (I had s_x with my husband that day) & that I would be about 10 week preg. But hpts keep showing -ve. Has anyone else had this problem. Please help!!!! Does it sound like I am pregnant???? Can someone please answer my questions? If I am preg. it would be my first time & I'm very nervous.

 

MM - March 21

I have also been peeing a little more than ususal. And the symptomes comes & go - not constant.

 

b - March 21

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Grandpa Viv - March 21

The early signs are promising. If you feel you are pregnant, don't let negative hpts throw you. It's probably time to see a doctor anyway. Take one last hpt, then ask the doctor for a quant_tative blood test and an explanation for your symptoms. Good luck!

 

MM - March 21

Thanks Grandpa Viv! I was thinking of seeing my doctor in about 3 weeks (I will be on holidays) but I might try to get in sooner.

 

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