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I have taken 3 pregnancy test and they have all been negative, but i still have symptoms of pregnancy, tired,little cramping, tenderness in breast, i also feel like something pulling in my stomach and it feels kind of funny it doesnt hurt it just feels weired what could this be? I havent had my period since april 29, i had alittle bleeding on may 5 but it stoped the next day and it was very light and my normal period is heavy and i usually have really bad cramps and this time i didnt have any cramps at all, could i still be pregnant?
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replied June 24th, 2010
Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms Answer A13526
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The symptoms that you have do suggest that you might be pregnant.
Since the bleeding you had was very light, it could be a decidual bleed even though you are pregnant.This type of bleeding happens in few women during the first 3 months of pregnancy at the expected time of their periods. The reason for this is that the baby still does not fill the entire uterus, so the remaining endometrial lining (apart from attachment of placenta) gets shed cyclically.
The pregnancy tests being negative even though you have symptoms of pregnancy could be due to less concentration of pregnancy hormone (HCG) in urine.
Discuss with your gynecologist/doctor about getting an examination done along with a blood beta HCG level, and ultrasound scan to confirm your pregnancy.
Hope this helps. Take care.

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