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Do mild nausea, missed periods but negative pregnancy test still mean I am pregnant ?

am 22 years old.12 days since i missed my periods. having lower abdominal pain especially at the left side.negative pregnancy test and nothing is visible in scanning doctor advised me to scan after 2 weeks.but unable to control my excitement.very mild nausea .sometimes feeling hungry during midnights or early mornings like 3 or 4am.not getting proper sleep during i pregnant?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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There can be many situations. Missed periods and pain on one side of abdomen is not a sign to be taken for granted dear. It could be ectopic pregnancy as a possible cause but negative pregnancy can make it confusing, best would be to get a blood Beta hCG level. Also better to wait and get the scan again to look for a pregnancy. After the blood test and proper ultrasound one can be sure.
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