Is it possible?

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      Ok, so basically, I need to know…is it possible to get a false negative pregnancy test? I took 2, both negative, but somehow I still think I am! I mean, I don’t want to be…but my stomach is growing and getting harder (mainly on one side) my heart rate is between 100-120 bpm (waaay too high) and I swear I can feel movement, but am I going crazy?! Could that actually be in my head?!
      If i was…I would be about 16 weeks. I was on the depo but was a couple of weeks late getting the jab at one point…and then I had some very light bleeding which I thought must have been breakthrough bleeding but I’ve since found out about implantation bleeding…this was just after I was late getting the depo. Apart from that, I haven’t bled in about a year.
      So, if it weren’t for the fact I got false pregnancy tests…I would be convinced. Is it possible they were wrong? I’m so worried that if I’m not there’s something seriously wrong with me!
      By the way, I’m 19, just found out I’ve got a new job so pregnancy wasn’t on my to-do list at the moment but will definitely not be considering abortion should it happen!
      Any advice would be so helpful this is driving me nuts!


        Hey there, it is possible that you can get false negatives…the best time to take a pregnancy test is with your first mornings urine and after your period is late. Here is a number you can call for help. 1-800-395-HELP, they can give you the number and location of the closest Pregnancy Resource Center to you where you can get a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL test. There is a chance that your “fear or paranoia” of being pregnant can be playing tricks on you. This is my best advice for you honey…You need to let your body get back to normal. What I suggest is that you stop the depo shots and any other form of artificial/hormonal birth control, with that please remain abstinent from ANY sexual contact at least until your cycle is normal and or you know if you are pregnant or not. I was on birth control for years and it messed with me a lot. When I got pregnant with my second child from the second father I made the choice to not have sex again until my wedding night, I was done with not understanding why my cycle was messed up, I was done with worrying about pregnancy from yet another person and also the complications that it brought in my relationships to have sex. It is your choice whether you are going to have sex or not, but what I would strongly recommend is that you at least stop having sex until you get your body back on a regular track and figure all this out!! I hope this helps you a bit and remember that we are all here for you no matter what comes of the tests!! Love Meg

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