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Trying to conceive. Negative pregnancy test. Frequent urination, delayed period. What is going on?

Hi, I am 33 years old. My husband and I have recently started trying to conceive. I am 4 days late (about) from starting my period but a negative pregnancy test. Actually many negative pregnancy tests ...ha. I m really not having any pregnancy symptoms . Frequent urination (driving me bonkers), but that is really it. I usually have a pretty regulary menstral cycle definitely never missed a period or been this late. What could be going on?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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Welcome to HCM.

You should wait for a few days, if you do not get your periods, repeat pregnancy test with a pregnancy kit using your early morning mid stream urine ( usually high in HCG ). Some times due to many reasons HCG concentration may be low in the urine and tests may show negative result.

You should get a blood test done to detect HCG concentration. If you are getting too anxious talk to your gynae, get examined clinically. Get USG of uterus done to confirm pregnancy.

If test is positive, take nutritious diet. If it is negative get clinically examined, go through all the tests and get your partner's semen analysis done. Follow the prescription of your treating doctor and get treated. Take care.
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