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Could I still be pregnant?

I am on cycle day 50. My cycles are typically around 32-34 days, but this month I got my LH surge using a digital clearblue ovulation test on day 20, which is roughly 6 days later than I normally get my LH surge, which makes me guess that my period would have been due between cycle days 38-40. I had very light spotting on cycle day 38, but it lasted less than 12 hours and didn't even make it to my panties. I only noticed when I wiped, then there wasn't any more blood after that. I normally have a pretty heavy cylce that lasts for 7 days or so, so this threw me off. I took home pregnancy tests, but they all came back negative, so on Monday (cycle day 46) I went and got a quantitative blood test done (the one where they draw your blood and send it out), and the results came back negative. I took a first response pregnancy test this morning and it came back negative too. My issue is that I have NEVER missed my period except when I went off the pill, but that was a year ago. My cycle went back to normal after that, so I don't know why I missed my period. I guess my question is that why do I still feel pregnant (morning sickness, aversions to certain smells, sore breasts, mood swings, missed period, craving burgers, and just feeling pregnant), and still have negative pregnancy tests? Is there a chance that the blood pregnancy test could be wrong? Am I crazy? I'm not sure what to do. My cycle has never really been irregular. Has anybody else experienced this and still be pregnant?
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