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Have natious feeling. Had sex. Home pregnancy test negative. Chances of pregnancy?

14 days ago I ovulated. I had sex the next day and now am having symptoms of pregnancy. About 3 days ago I started feeling natious and my stomach feels bloated my boobs hurt also. I had a pink spot in my underwear 4 days ago also period is due in a couple days and I have taken some early pregnancy tests but they came out negative. Could I be pregnant but it's too early to do an at home test? Could it also be progesterone because I got the nexplanon taken out because I was having these symptoms..
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Your symptoms could be due to an early pregnancy or withdrawal effects of Nexplanon. You have done the pregnancy test too early. A home pregnancy test is ideally done 3-7 days after a missed period with a fresh early morning sample of urine. If it is ambiguous, you may go for the blood test and a trans-vaginal sonogram and see your consultant for further support. Take care.
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