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Trying to conceive, have missed periods, pregnancy test showed faint lines, negative blood test, on Lovenox. What could be the cause?

my husband and i have been ttc since the end of Feb. i am on Lovenox due to a blood condition and doctors say if anything my periods could be longer and heavier if anything. in March, April, May, i had 3 day lighter periods. Normally they last about 5 days, day 2 and 3 the heaviest. In June my period never came. Took 3 different test all showing extremely faint lines. Doc took blood test (-). So i went on...this month im 6 days late and no sign of anything coming. I might add i have been tracking my cycles since November of 2011. Very regular. Every 26-30 days! Any suggestions?
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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The faint lines on the urine test with a negative blood test is a negative test. The urine test can be weakly false positive due to any causes.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal ,
Answered: Tue, 17 Jun 2014
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