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Sleepy, lazy, no period, dark urine with white strings, pregnancy test negative. Pregnant?

Hello everyone I have been married for 7 years trying my best to have a baby I have been feeling sleepy and lazy for the past two weeks and my period is supposed to be due around yesterday but till now no period yet, I ve recognised that my urine is darker then usual and White strings floating. I tried the home pregnancy test today and it was negative ! Is the a chance that I could really be pregnant .
Asked On : Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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White streeks in urine is no indication for pregnancy. Get your routine urine examination done to knw you do not have Urinary tract infectin. Delay in 1 day in getting periods is no indication of pregnancy. Recently a test from blood has been developed which can detect even one day pregnancy. but it has not been put to general use so far. For card test a gap of 8 days from the date of expected periods is needed to show the psitivety for pregnancy.
Answered: Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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