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Irregular periods. Pregnancy test negative. Could I be pregnant?

hi my period started acting funny last month. it came one week late and was severly heavy than normal. However this month, i am 9 days late, i had a slight spotting on the 7th day of me being late and just last night i had a pink strechy mucus discharge that i thought was my period. but this morning it was over. i took two pregnancy test and they came out negative. i have some of the pregnancy signs but i dont know if i am pregnant or not.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

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Irregular periods often lead to the miscalculation of the menstrual cycle dates. If you had un-protected intercourse, your chances of being pregnant are there. Sometimes due to low level of HCG in the urine, pregnancy test may give false negative results.

You should have a repeat pregnancy test with a kit with your early morning mid stream urine ( HCG content in the first early morning urine is likely to be more concentrated ). You can also get a blood test done to detect HCG and confirm pregnancy.

Other signs of pregnancy are nausea, vomiting, feeling dizzy, fatigue, sensitivity to smell, frequent urination,etc. You should get clinically examined if you are pregnant and get all routine blood and urine tests done.

Eat well, drink plenty of soups, juice. Take nutritious and balanced home made food. Take care

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General & Family Physician Dr. Gustav Gous's  Response
Irregular periods can be for a couple of reasons and not only pregnancy . Infection of the womb is one possible explanation . Urine pregnancy test are not 100% reliable, I suggest you see a doctor to confirm that you are not pregnant and to treat any other abnormality he might find. Regular Gynealogical tests are important to protect your fertility health.
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