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I got a positive ovulation test and a negative pregnancy test. Am i pregnant ?

hi there i got a positive ovulation test at 4 dpo but a negitive pregnancy test am i pregnant? im now 6 dpo I have had mild cramps and tiredness i also have sensitive nipples with sharp pains at the side of my bbs i am tired all the time im sure my nipples are darkening and i had sharp pains and twinges in my side and headaches could i be pregnant? I got a postive opk on the 18th of my and a negitive on the 19th and now 4 dpo it was postive but keep getting megitive preg tests? What do you think thank u kirsty xx
Asked On : Tue, 24 May 2011
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Hi kristy;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
Ovulation report is not in any way diagnostic of pregnancy.The first symptom of pregnancy will be a missed period after missing the periods the other symptoms include nausea;vomiting;breast tenderness;giddiness;sick feeling etc.So first you see if you miss this periods then you can do a pregnancy test with first morning sample of urine after 3-4 days of missing your periods;if the test is positive then you are pregnant.If the test is negative then you can consult a doctor for complaints of tiredness;headache and other symptoms.
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Answered: Tue, 24 May 2011
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