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So. Me and my partner have been trying to get pregnant and my last two cycles have been irregular.
They are 30 day cycles nomally and the cycle in march was 2 days of light spotting 1day of xtreme bleeding and temporary paralis from pain the the last 2 days was light spotting. The next cycle was a week late period and then 4. Days of light bleeding no cramps and it never filled a pad up at any time. Now it's my thrid cycle and I'm getting normal discharge my boobs are very large and sore and I'm getting little cramps and it very hard to go to the loo.
Last month I got a blood test done as well as three hpt and all came up negative I took one a week ago and also negative. My period is already one day late and my belly is bloated Grr so am I pregnant?


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replied May 7th, 2010
Am I Pregnant Answer A11814
Hi,

Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am glad to help you out. The symptoms which you have described are seen in pregnancy but similar symptoms are also seen during the premenstrual period. The confirmation of the pregnancy can be done by the serum beta HCG levels. This is a very sensitive test for the confirmation of the pregnancy compared to the urine test. The urine pregnancy test usually comes out positive after around 1 week after the missed periods. I sincerely hope this information helps. Take care.






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