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Trying to conceive, negative pregnancy test. Lower back pain, sore breast, nausea. Pregnant?

I am 29 year old and its been 35 days since my period, I am trying to conceive and took a home test today, it came out negative, but i am feeling tired like never before, have severe lower back pain for more than 2 weeks, have sore breast and feeling nauseous while cooking. Is there still a chance that it was not detected in home test and when should I be going for blood test?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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Thanks for your query.
There may be chances of pregnancy with a negative urine pregnancy test if test is not done properly and in early pregnancy.
You should wait for 1 week and go for another urine test.
If the pregnancy test negative consult a gynecologist for blood test and ultrasonography to rule out pregnancy.
Take care.
Answered: Mon, 13 May 2013
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