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Is pregnancy possible despite negative pregnancy test results?

Hi, i had sexual intercourse 3/4 days before my periods and then i missed as they were supposed to come around the 16th of December. I then started having back aches, thigh aches, restless feets, discomforts/aches in my abdomen and sharp pains ,dizziness , abdomen discomfort when sleepin in some positions as well and frequent urination.The periods then came in January 3 (i still had sexual intercourse even then and around the 11th of January as well ) but periods were more in cloths than just fluid as usual for 4 days. The sicknesses continued though, and then my periods came again on the same month on the 30th of January . My belly does look quite weird although i dismis the thought with that i hadn t been to gym but my abdomen easily gets bloated and show which is something new. If i had urine and hadn t gone to the bathroom to relieve myself, it never blowed up like it does suddenly.So yesterday i consulted a doctor and he tested my urine and it showed a negative HGC and he gave me Primolut n to apparently sort out my irregular periods i took one today and i feel sharp pains that come and go on the left side of my abdomen. The back ache also visits for few seconds and goes away .I don t know i have this belief that I could be possible pregnant , is it possible that my urine wont show my pregnancy? And if i am what damages could primolute cause to pregnancy?
Wed, 28 Nov 2018
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi,

There can be possibility of pregnancy with negative blood and urine tests. The ultrasound is much sound in this regard for such issues.

Primolut-N is a hormone preparation contraindicated for use in pregnancy as it can harm the fetus at various stages of development. The extent and type of damage depends upon the time period in concern along with the trimester.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Wish you great health.

Regards,
Dr. Purva Patel, General & Family Physician
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