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Tracking ovulation, trying to conceive, have increased appetite, low cramping, vivid dreams. Pregnant?

hi, i have been tracking my ovulation and tried to concieve 2 and 3 days before ovulation. I always have a 28 day cycle but i am now on day 34. I took 3 tests, all say negative. Last one being this morning. My symptoms are: tired, increased appetite , mild low cramping about ten mins a day and vivid dreams. I am wondering what is my possibility of being pregnant and just not producing enough hcg yet? I am 22 with no children.
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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If you never missed a period before this, you should get a blood test for beta-hCG done to exclude pregnancy as urine tests are not always positive with low levels of hormone as is seen in early pregnancy as they are not so sensitive. You should consult your doctor for a check up and a sonogram, if needed. Good luck.
Answered: Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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