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i have taken two pregnacny test at home both were negative ...i had an ultasound,blood work and pelvic exam done a week but the dr said i had a low hcg level could i still be pregnant and nothing is showing up...i have had two miscarriges uterus just feels so bloated ,and i feel like i have gained so much weightbut eating barely anything becasue i\'m nasueous inthe morning and some through the day my last period was 9/5/10

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replied October 5th, 2010
Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms Answer A16499
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

You are testing too early. Wait for 5-6 weeks since last periods and then go for a transvaginal ultrasound. On 5th Oct you have completed 4 weeks since last periods on 5th Sept (I think it is 5th Sept right?). If it was 9TH May, then it could be blighted ovum or uterine infection. Please consult a gynecologist. Take care!

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