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Vomiting, fatigued, back pain, loss of appetite. Home test negative. How early can pregnancy be detected ?

Hi my name is AAAAAA and I had a period may 16th 2012 and an abortion at 6 weeks 3 days on June 29th I had unprotected sex this whole month staring from the 9th but now I have been vomiting exhausted fatigue back pain and nausea loss of appetite and I believe I m pregnant again some home pregnancy test came back faint positives some negative I had blood work done at hospital that they really didn t wanna do and it was negative, could it still be too early to detect a pregnancy?
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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Thanks for posting your query.
If your blood beta HCG test is negative means you are not pregnant.
Blood beta HCG is a very sensitive test & it can detect pregnancy even 11th day after fertilisation of ovum.
So consult your doctor for further evaluation & to rule out other causes creating such problems & get investigated for complete blood count, liver function test.
Take care.
Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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