Late period, negative pregnancy test. Reason?
hi i am 46 years of age and last year my gynie removed my loop and suggested i do not need to have another one inserted,as i am past my child bearing age,my periods have always been regular and for 7 days after the loop was removed it was only a 4 day cycle this past year with my period being a...
Period is late. HPT negative. Taking Vitamin D tablets. Related?
Hi, I am 26 and married. I am taking vitamin d tablets 50,000 I.U ( one per weak ) for four weeks. I usually have a normal menstruated cycle but this time my periods are delayed for almost 5 days. I did the pregnancy test at home twice and it says I am not pregnent. Does vit d intake has anything...
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late period, negative pregnancy test result
it is day 34 since my last period and i usually have my period on day 28 or 29. I have been felling extremly tired, my appitite as grown but when i eat i feel sickly and i also have had alot of abdominal cramping. i have taken a pregnancy test and th
im 23 and been trying to concieve for 6 months my cycle is 27-30 days my period is now 5 days late iv done 2 pregnancy tests both are negative what could it be
Hi Bbykay2 !I am Dr Shareef answering your query. It may be too early for the urine test to become positive to prove pregnancy. On consultation with your family physician, you may go for a serum HCG estimation or a pelvic ultrasound to confirm or exclude pregnancy. Delay in the menstrual cycle does not confirm pregnancy and likewise a negative preg test does not exclude it. Good luck.
i got finger (w lil precum maybe) on day 15th of my cycle. i got my period two days late. dollar tree test negative am i pregnant? no symp. is it imp. bleddin?
You don't seem to be pregnancy. The chances of pregnancy is low.
Is it possible to be pregnant and have a menstral cycle?
Well it is not possible to be pregnant and have a menstrual cycle but it is possible to bleed when you are pregnant and if you are bleeding when pregnant, that should be considered serious until proven orderwise. I suggest, you see a gynobs/GP if that may be the case (i.e if you are sure you are pregnant and still bleeding)
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