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Trying to conceive, regular period, headache, creamy discharge, HPT negative. Can i still be pregnant?

I came off the pill over a year ago, my periods have been perfectly regular ever since. 28 days between midday and 2pm! My husband and I have been trying to conceive for the past 6 months with no luck so far. A few days before my period was due I realised that my boobs weren t sore (they usually hurt really badly for a week prior) I ve had really bad headaches for about 3 weeks too. I had a bit of creamy discharge the week before my period was due too. I m also constantly wanting to sleep and eat!! And if I don t eat I feel sick! And I m tossing and turning in my sleep. I get the odd twinge pain in my stomach but nothing like a period pain that I usually suffer with. As I ve not been pregnant before I don t really know what the normal signs are. I ve taken 3 pregnancy tests which have all come up negative the last one was this morning (first pee of the day) on day 5 of my late period? Do you have any advice? Can I still be pregnant??
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
thank you for your query.
you have provided quite an exhaustive list of symptoms, however, unfortunately, none of them are indicative of a pregnancy for sure.
Relying on them is futile and pointless.
The only confirmatory way, and reliable way to diagnose a pregnancy, is to have a positive pregnancy test.
Urine pregnancy tests are 97 % reliable, so if you have a negative test, it is highly unlikely that you are pregnant.
Other causes of a missed period are - normally occurring once in a while , stress, anxiety, thyroid disorders, polycystic ovaries, weight fluctuations etc.
Please consult your gynecologist if you fail to have your period within a few days.
take care.
Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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