3 days late and pregnancy tests have come back negative, could I be pregnant?

Unlikely. Home pregnancy tests are reliable, so as long as you are reading it correctly, it is unlikely you are pregnant. Sometimes menstrual cycle lengths can vary by a few days from month to month. If you still haven't gotten your period in another couple days, you might consider visiting your doctor to determine the cause.

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I have a really regular period but I am 3 days late and all the pregnancy tests have come back negative.?

Repeat test in 1 wee. if the test is negative in 1 week, you can be rest assured that you are not pregnant. Variations in periods are common and can occur due to stress, hormone imbalances etc. if it persist, see your gyn best wishes dr m. Read more...

I am 14 days late of my period and IV took 5 pregnancy tests and come back negative am I pregnant?

Please clarify. Sounds like no. But you have not shared any sexual, menstrual, or ovulatory history. Doctors don't just guess when it comes to pregnancy. But the tests are very accurate! Read more...
Pregnancy. If you are healthy and have sex without optimal protection you are always at risk of becoming pregnant. No contraceptive option is fool proof except abstinence. Why wonder? Do a pregnancy test. They are very sensitive and turn positive extremely early in pregnancy. If you still wonder, repeat in one-two weeks and your answer will be as sure as is possible without going to see MD. Read more...
No. If the pregnancy tests are all negative. Then make an appointment with your gyn for evaluation. Read more...
Possibly. Sometimes the pregnancy test gives a negative result which could be false negative. A more reliable test is the blood test looking for HCG level. Your Primary care doctor or OB/GYN can order the test. Read more...

My period is a month late, I have taken 4 pregnancy tests and all have come back negative. Need help please?

Not pregnant. With 4 negative prregnancy tests you aren't pregnant. Many things including stress,weight,diet, exercise,and shedule/sleep changes, medications including contraceptives, and illnesses like thyroid disease,PCOS, diabetes/insulin resistance, adrenal disorders, and pituitary problems can upset periods. You need a full history,exam,and approprate testing to make a diagnosis. See your PCP or GYN. Read more...

I am 9 days past my expected period. I have taken 3 pregnancy tests but were negative. Could I still be pregnant? I am 36 and have had regular 28 day cycle for a longtime. I have been trying to get pregnant. But all the urine tests have come back negativ

The . The quick answer is "maybe." in a similar situation, an evaluation by a physician may be warranted. The best way to evaluate the pregnancy is by doing a blood test. Iin early pregnancy the level for the pregnancy hormone may not be high enough for the urine test to detect, but the blood test may be more likely to note the pregnancy. I am sure by now you have an answer as this happened to you a few months ago, but in a similar situation, a blood test may be the best way to answer that question. Read more...
I . I see you posted your question several months ago, so your question has undoubtedly been answered by now. However, your problem is a common one, and it's worth addressing here. Secondary amenorrhea (cessation of periods in a woman who usually has predictable menstrual cycles) can be due to a variety of causes. You have already tested for the most obvious and common one -- pregnancy. Medications, weight loss, excessive exercise, stress, metabolic disorders (thyroid disease), autoimmune conditions (lupus, etc.), benign pituitary tumors, and obesity are among the many causes of secondary amenorrhea. In most cases, menstrual cycles reestablish themselves within a month or two. Your next period could be unusually heavy. Any woman who skips two periods or whose menstrual pattern changes significantly should contact her doctor for an evaluation. I hope things worked out well for you. Read more...