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Missed 2 periods and negative result!!

I am 22 years old and have been trying to get pregnant for almost a year now. My periods are ALWAYS regular. I was supposed to start on the 16th Feb! I have done a pregnancy test 3 times and all came out negative! Dont know whats going on. Can anyone help?!! :/
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Will surely do that! Just really hope i come back with a good news
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7843530 tn?1395009668
thanks, you too!  my period was due around Feb 14, so I know exactly how you feel!  
I'd love it if you'd come back and let us know what's up when you have some conclusion.  Or send me a private message if you'd prefer.  I'm trying to gather people in similar situations so I can be slightly more educated about my likely diagnosis!  
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Thank you so much for all the info hun. Really helpful. Hope you get good news soon and concieve ☺️
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7843530 tn?1395009668
I've read plenty of accounts from women that say they had negative blood tests as late as 7 and 9 weeks pregnant, but they are definitely not the norm.  I'd say if you have a negative blood test, there's a 99% chance you're not pregnant, or if you are, you're likely about to miscarry.  But those 1%ers do exist, so as they say, until AF comes, you're not out of the game yet.  

I went to a local lab and paid for my own beta test since I don't have insurance--it was only $39 through requestatest.com.  I'm glad I did even though it didn't give me a happy answer and I'm still waiting...but at least I've come to terms with the likelihood of not being pregnant at this point.  
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Thanks for your reply. Hmm yeah i guess i should get a blood test done and see. Are blood tests always right though?! :/
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7843530 tn?1395009668
Welcome to the club.  I wish I could tell you what's going on, cuz then I would know too.  It seems the only way to know for sure is to get blood work done to check for thyroid/hormone issues, an ultrasound to check for cysts on your ovaries and/or a sneaky fetus that's not producing hcg.  I hope you have insurance and can actually get any of those things done.  
Good luck!  
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Maybe you have been stressing more than usual so your blood pressure is higher than normal.
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