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I am 30 my period is 6 days late the test I take are negative and now I have clear discharge. I have been off birth control pills for about a month now so we are trying to conceive. Any suggestions??
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replied August 17th, 2010
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The delay in periods could suggest pregnancy. Sometimes the urine pregnancy tests show negative results even though you are pregnant (false negative test) due less concentration of pregnancy hormone (HCG) in urine during early pregnancy.
Look out for other symptoms that suggest early pregnancy like: fatigue, nausea, constipation, increased sleep, hunger and tiredness, mood changes, headaches, breast soreness, nipple tenderness, back pain, lower abdominal cramps, increased frequency of urine.
Visit your gynecologist/healthcare provider to get a blood beta HCG level test and an ultrasound scan done to confirm your pregnancy which are more accurate.
All the best.

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replied January 4th, 2012
i am 21 had sex with my boyfriend 2 days before my period starts. i had done the test but it was negative and took i pill too. but now i am six days late for my periods. am i pregnent?
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