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Had period for a day, frequent urination, sleeplessness, drained out. Pregnancy test negative. Can this be pregnancy?

Hey, im 18 year old female and lately things are really different. Like I had a one day period on april 7th and nothing else after that. Ive been peeing alot lately, like full bladder pee and its hard for me to sleep at night but durning the day im so worn out and drained it feels like. ive tooken 2 test right after my one day period and they was negative. Could I still be pregnant?
Asked On : Sun, 29 Apr 2012
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Are you sure your period was on April 7th? I think you may have misprinted it. Anyway, if you are not on any birth control and have regular cycles, then, well, your one-day cycle could well be an implantation bleed. You should repeat your tests with a fresh sample of early morning urine after a week of your period. You may also get a blood test f needed followed by a sonogram. See your consultant for further advice. Wish you good health.
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