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Trying to conceive, delayed periods, breast tenderness, frequent urination. Negative pregnancy test. Pregnant?

hello doctor, i am 26yrs old.i have been trying to conceive since few months.i had a miscarriage in january. i have always had 28 to 30 days lmp is may 16 2012. now its june 19th and i havent got my periods yet. i did a pregnancy test today but it came out negative. i have breast tenderness and frequent urination . are these symptoms of early pregnancy? when should i repeat my test? should i go in for blood test? two weeks back i had fever. will tht delay my periods? plz help. thank u so much.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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though the present test kit give results very early ,it will be better you wait for another 10 days time for preg test with urine if do not have period by that time.
whether the test is positive or negative ,please consult gynecologist .evaluation of both the partners may be required and follow advice .
hope you get the result .
Answered: Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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