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Trying for a baby, missing periods. Blood and thyroid test normal, pregnancy test negative. Chances of pregnancy?

hi..i m 31, trying 4 a periods are LMP was 16th april..its 22nd 2day and i still havnt got my urine test shows negative, hcg 0.100,..i had done all tests last month all my reports were gud.( blood , thyroid etc).what should i do now?? is there any possibility dat i am pregnant?? wat if i take med to get period and actually i harm my pregnancy??
Asked On : Fri, 25 May 2012
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hi there, you are only a week overdue,sometime anxiety of getting pregnant can delay your normal cycle,or you might have concieved but must have tested too early. Give it a few more days and repeat the pregnancy test, if still negative then wait it out, you will get your period eventually within a week, if not then you can get your urine hcg levels checked to reconfirm before taking any medication. Whatever it may be you need to relax and see how things work out. Hang on there, best of luck
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