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Have irregular periods. Had sex in October. HPT results positive and then negative. Pregnant?

Could i be pregnant? Please help!!!? I had sex in October and took a few pregnancy test a week or two after. At first i got negative then a positive then a negative. My period was over a week late when i had some bleeding . Ive only had two since i had sex i believe. And i do have symptoms. And my stomach is a bit hard. when i lay down or sit still i feel weird movement in my stomach. Should i get another pregnancy test
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
If you have been having the suspicion of pregnancy all along, it is time for some serious attention instead of the HPT. You should get a trans-vaginal sonogram to see what is wrong. You may also need a blood test. Yet, the fact that you have had two periods in these days almost rules out the possibility of pregnancy.You may also need to be investigated for irregular periods. Please consult your gynecologist to discuss further course of action. Take care.
Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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