So, my husband and I have been trying to have a baby for about a year and a half. About 4 months ago, July, I became pregnant, but we lost the baby right before our first appointment. I had a period in August that was a normal 5 days. I didn't have to have a surgery/ procedure done because I had a complete miscarriage. August was the only month I had a period. I have now missed 3 periods. Before my pregnancy, I never had an irregular period. I've taken countless home pregnancy tests and a blood test in September. All of them came back negative. I've done a lot of research through out the months. I read that I shouldn't be concerned until I've missed 3 periods. Well, month number 3 is here. I feel like I'm going insane. A few weeks ago, I started to feel small movements or something in my stomach. I could even feel a tap,tap when I placed my hand on it. I don't always feel it, and it is normally right after I'm done eating or about to go to bed. I'm not sure if I'm imagining it because I really want to be pregnant or not. I'm not really having any other symptoms. My breasts are sore every now and then but not constantly. I feel like I lose my breath more often now even without hardly any activity. During the last week, I've spotted a few times on different occasions. Each time has been after intercourse and wasn't even for an entire hour. I've taken test after test even a week and a half ago, and they are still negative. Am I crazy? Or, could I actually be pregnant?
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replied November 11th, 2016
Extremely eHealthy
Charity, the good news is that you know the two of you can start a pregnancy. If you have insurance it may be time to consult a fertility specialist to see what can be done to increase the chances. False negative tests at three months are pretty rare.
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