Is it possible to have a negative pregnancy test throughout pregnancy?

No. Pregnancy tests detect beta HCG and one cannot be pregnant and not have HCG in the blood and urine. The only way to have negative test would be with bad test method.

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My breasts keep on leaking, I keep feeling really sick throughout the day and I get a negative pregnancy test, any idea of what could be wrong?

High prolactin. You need to consult an endocrinologist to investigate the possibility of high prolactin. Consult this site for more information. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/galactorrhea/basics/definition/CON-20025628. Read more...

Is it possible to have a negative pregnancy test and be several months pregnant?

HPT not =100% Although the hpts are quite good and many claim 99% accuracy, which means about 1% false. So, it is possible to have a pregnancy and the test is not picking it up. Have a blood test and/or ultrasound will confirm your suspicion. Consult doc. Good luck. Read more...

Could I have a negative pregnancy test if my period was months late?

If not pregnant. There are other causes of delayed periods, e.g., ovarian failure. Pregnancy tests, like any other lab test, are not infallible. You may wish to consult your doctor. Read more...
Amenorrhea. Yes, it is possible. Some teenagers can miss their menses within the first year of having their first menstrual periods and this is normal. Some conditions like pcos can interfere with the frequency of one's menstrual cycle. As well, female athletes can experience the same situation. Read more...