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My period is a few days late. I have sharp pains in my stomach, spotting & lower back pain. Took a pregnancy test at home but it was negative. Help!

Wait 1 week. Repeat that test and make sure you choose a really REPUTABLE one if you did not do so the first time around (i.e. go ahead and splurge a little since there is a difference between brand names. Clear Blue is likely considered by most to be the most reputable of the companies. If that's negative then, consider other things such as possible infection such as a UTI or pelvic inflammatory type. Read more...

Three day late period took a dollar cheap pregnancy test which was negative also brownish and pinkish spotting some abdominal and lower back pain?

Likely negative. The urine pregnancy tests your doctors use in their office, are the same as the ones from the drugstore, they are usually very accurate, but if you're concerned, can always repeat the test. Sounds like your bleeding/pain may be related to starting your period? The next few days will likely be the start of your period. Read more...

Major PMS problems with pelvic and lower back pain. Pregnancy test came back negative. My period started the same day. Could I still be pregnant?

My daughter was. Just from experience, any combination can happen. You will need to see your doc for blood work that is more definitive. Pg can happen at anytime - there are just times the possibility is higher. Read more...

THROWING UP AND SICK TO MY STOMACH LOWER BACK PAIN COMFIRM THE PREGNANCY TEST BUT STILL HURTING?

See a doctor. I'm sorry you're having so many difficult symptoms but it's going to be too difficult to provide you with online help without a formal consultation or a visit to the doctor to better understand what's going on. . Read more...
Early preg nausea. It is normal to have nausea and vomiting early in the first trimester. Eat small meals, do not drink water with meals. Avoid medication. However if vomiting is continued may consider Zofran (ondansetron) prescription, however use it only when necessary. Read more...