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hpt came out positive, today one came out negative...

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On june 16 i had my period, during the last week of june i was fertile, i had sex all of those days, about 6-12 days from june 27th ish i had spotting. 2 weeks later {july14th} i was supposed to have my period, i had cramps but no bleeding for 3 days (counting the 14th) on the 16th i took a hpt and it came out positive, today I took one and came out negative. then a few hours later I started bleeding like my period. I had some of the symptoms of pregnancy....Am I pregnant?


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replied July 17th, 2012
Am I Pregnant Answer A37203
Hi, and thanks for your query on eHealth forum!

The first test could have been false positive. Also it is possible that the first test was correct and the second was false negative. In this case you could be still pregnant if the bleeding is not much. The third possibility is that you were pregnant (first test positive) and then you miscarried (second test negative). Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please consult your gynecologist regarding this. Hope this helps. Take care!


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