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Abdominal pain, tiredness, falling asleep while talking. Pregnancy test negative. Pregnant?

Ive been gettin pain when i put any type of pressure on my lower abdomin like when layin dwn stomach dwn on carry somethin when i dnt have any pressure the bain goes away...been feeling more tired than usual so tired i fall asleep while talkin to someone o took a pregnancy test yesterday camebacknegativealmost3 weeks of unprotected sex also started gettin a bacteria i had on my last pregnancy can i be pregnant?
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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Hi, welcome to healthcare magic

Pregnancy tests detect the levels of a hormone called HCG in the urine.This hormone is released during pregnancy and its levels increase as the pregnancy continues.Some pregnancy test detect lower levels of HCG than others and therefore can detect pregnancy earlier.
You can go to your local pharmacy and obtain one of the early detection kits to determine if you are pregnant.

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Answered: Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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