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Delayed periods, swollen breasts, stomach bloating. Negative pregnancy test. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi, My period is normally VERY regular, 28 days on the dot. Tomorrow I am a week late on my period. I have had some cramping, my breasts are swollen and sore, I feel very bloated and this morning I woke up feeling sick. I have done a home pregnancy test which came back negative. Is there still a chance I would be pregnant?
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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Hi kayleigh.carina welcome to HCM,

You didnt mention about your sexual activity. Your signs are pointing towards pregnancy. Its not necessarily HPT becomes positive as soon as you become pregnant as the test positivity depends on the level of HCG(a hormone that is produced during pregnancy). SO still you can be pregnant, you can go for blood pregnancy test as they detect pregnancy earlier...
My wishes for good health,
Answered: Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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