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I have been having cramping with dark brown/black blood for going on three days. My period is not due for two weeks. Pregnancy test said negative.?

Too soon to test. Conception, as defined by the generation of a fertilized ovum, occurs within day or so of the sex. However, it takes about two weeks for the embryo to make enough HCG to produce a positive pregnancy test. Blood test may be done a day after a missed period. Home pregnancy tests should be done 4-5 days after the missed period. Use first morning urine and follow instructions for the test carefully. Read more...

Negative blood and urine pregnancy test two weeks ago, and now my period is three days late. Could I be pregnant?

Asked and Answered. This question has already been accurately answered. Yes, you could be pregnant. It is time to get a test now. Your tests previously were done too soon to have any validity to them. Please go get a pregnancy test. Read more...

I had a negative urine and blood pregnancy test last week, but this week my period is two days late, could I still be pregnant?

It's possible! Take another test! you could have conceived too recently for the tests to show up. Pregnancy test are accurate about two weeks after conception. If it has been at least that long since your last unprotected sex, and you still don't get your period or a positive test, then check with your doctor for other reasons for a late period. Read more...
You tested too soon. You tested before missing a period. That means the tests were not valid. Now that you have missed your period is time to get an accurate and valid answer. Test again. Read more...

Last month my period was late by like 2 weeks. I took 3 home pregnancy test and two blood test all came bk negative. It's late again by like 9 days.?

Anovulation. If you missed your menstrual cycle, and aren't pregnant, you may have pcod, a thyroid disorder, or another cause for anovulation. If you gained or lost weight over a short period of time, it may also cause your cycle to be irregular, you should talk to your doctor to find out what is going on especially if you are trying to get pregnant. Read more...

I'm not on birth control I spotted brown blood for 5days a week before my expected period and my period never came on I'm 19 days late on my period and my great hurt and all negative pregnancy test. Could I be pregnant?

Unlikely . Assuming you oerferimed the preg test correctly, a negative test is pretty reliable. If you were pregnant, the test would show positive by your missed period. There are many reasons for delayed cyckes: medications, stress, diet, etc. If you are two months late, seek medication (prescription) to help trigger one. Birth control may also help keep you regular of desired. Read more...
Agree with Dr, C. If you did the tests correctly, you are unlikely to be pregnant. To be sure you may wish to get a blood test for HCG level.
Have a healthy diet, exercise 30 minutes/day, drink plenty of water, have safe sex, no tobacco alcohol weed or street drugs. For nutrition: http://www.choosemyplate.gov/.
Get HPV vaccine
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I'm not on birth control I spotted brown blood for 5days a week before my expected period and my period never came on I'm 19 days late on my period and my great hurt and all negative pregnancy test from the dollar store. Could I be pregnant?

Unlikely . Assuming you oerferimed the preg test correctly, a negative test is pretty reliable. If you were pregnant, the test would show positive by your missed period. There are many reasons for delayed cyckes: medications, stress, diet, etc. If you are two months late, seek medication (prescription) to help trigger one. Birth control may also help keep you regular of desired. Read more...
Agree with Dr. C. If you did the test correctly you are unlikely to be pregnant. If you have any concern, get a blood test for HCG level.
Have a healthy diet, exercise 30 minutes/day, drink plenty of water, have safe sex, no tobacco alcohol weed or street drugs. For nutrition: http://www.choosemyplate.gov/.
Get HPV vaccine
. Read more...