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Negative pregnancy test. Pale face. Chance of pregnancy?

Hi ! I had my last cycle at the begining of december .Since then I ve got a pale face and thought I might be pregnant , so I have done 4 clear blue digital pregnancy tests ( each in the morning at 4-5 days interval ) .They all came out negative.I feel my body normal ,no cramps or any other signs.Do you think there still is a chance to be pregnant at the moment? what would you advise me to do?
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
In the face of negative pregnancy tests, you are most probably not pregnant.
Absence of periods could be due to stress, anxiety, fluctuations in weight, emotional upheavals, hormone disturbances, thyroid disorder, polycystic ovaries, certain drugs and medications etc.
Pale face suggests anemia, which is also a cause of irregular cycles.
Rarely, you could be having a very early pregnancy or an ectopic pregnancy, which might not show up easily or soon on home pregnancy kits.
Please visit your gynecologist for specific diagnosis, and reason as well as treatment of anemia.
Take care.
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