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Delayed periods, constipation, headaches, nausea. Inconclusive pregnancy tests. Pregnant?

I am now 14 days late, im constipated, get headaches alot, and every now and then nausiated, i took 4 hpt and all were negative at first, one turned positive hours later, one stayed negative, and 2 turned positive 30 min later. Am i pregnant? the line that made up the positive sign, are blue just like the negative sign, not pink or gray. Im very confused..
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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Hello there.

Pregnancy test have to be read within 5 minutes. If read or positive after 5 mins then they have no significance.

If you are 2 weeks late and always had a regular 28 days cycle in the past, then had you been pregnant, your test would show positive result.

I suggest you to repeat the test with a fresh early morning urine sample.
Read the kit after 5 minutes. Do not keep it longer.

If negative, then it means you are not pregnant.

You can then consult a gynecologist for an internal examination followed by use of progesterone tablets like meprate for withdrawal menses.

An ultrasound might be required depending on the findings of your internal and physical examination.

take care.
Answered: Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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