Ok heres the deal, I posted on here a while ago because I thought I was pregnant well I took a test after I was about a week late and it came out neg. So I thought ok then thats the end of that well I dont know now. After I took the test which was on oct. 24 I started my period later that week which wasnt really a surprise because I had light light bleeding for about 4 days before that but I was worried because it had never done that before so thats why I thought it was implantation bleeding. Well my period lasted 5 days and I was having the classic pregnancy symptoms. So I stopped worrying after the neg test. Now 2 weeks later I am feeling sick in the morning and have cramping again like I did before. It feels like there is something on the right side and it aches with slight back ache. Ive heard about false neg before but does anyone think I could still be pregnant???? If a baby was concieved I would be about 5 weeks along. Please give me something!
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replied November 7th, 2005
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Ok well ill try and figure it out for myself but I would appreciate some feedback.
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replied November 7th, 2005
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Anything is possible with god, and no set facts in science--just cuz it is a certain way for one person, could be completely the opposite for you.

Good luck if you want to be
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replied November 7th, 2005
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Not everyone show a positive with a home pregnancy test. I suggest you go see your doctor and ask for a blood test to see if you are pregnant and if you are not then you would need to find out what else could be wrong.

I thought I had my period but when it didn't stop I went to the docs (after three weeks of bleeding) and found out I am pregnant.
I bled for 2 and a half months and it has finally stopped. I am 16 weeks now.

Lots of times bleeding could mean a possible miscarriage or a threatened miscarriage. Still, check with your doctor to make sure.
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replied November 8th, 2005
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Well my thoughts would be, if you are still concerned go and see your Dr. You said that you have pain on one side with a bit of back pain....? I would def see a dr
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