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Pregnancy Confusion

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 19, 2009
  • 03:53 PM

Ok here is my problem, or my girl friends problem so to speak!

Me and her both think she is pregnant along with an array of doctors but every time she's tested it comes back negative.

her symptoms are that she is urinating about 4 times per hours, wants to sleep all the time, her nipples have darkened, She is craving certain foods and gone off others, she also feel nauseous a lot in the morning an before she goes to bed.

We first had intercourse on the 6th of January and she started feeling funny the day after and it has continued until now and is still going on.

we keep testing but it always says the same which is negative

can anyone help !?!?!

thanks !

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  • When was her last period and how long is her cycle?If you just had sex on 1/6, assuming she was ovulating, she would only be 2 weeks pregnant right now and would have absolutely no symptoms at all. IF she is 2 weeks pregnant and for some reason does have symptoms then a pregnancy would not show up positive for about another 3 weeks anyway.Are you sure that you have the date right that you had sex?
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • January 21, 2009
    • 04:27 PM
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  • Have you done only a urine test? Have you done the BHCG test? (a blood test which is more accurate in determining pregnancy).However Booger is right. You should not be experiencing side-effects of pregnancy so soon, especially not the day after you have intercourse.
    Mich76 1 Replies
    • January 24, 2009
    • 08:42 PM
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