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Old 11-09-08, 02:57 AM
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Is it possible to have your period during your pregnancy and when you test it comes up negative? I mean I've noticed my belly getting bigger and not like I'm gaining weight due to lack of exercise. I don't know, I just thought of it and knew you were the right place to come to...besides a doctor!
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Old 11-09-08, 06:01 AM
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Hmm. It's possible to have a bleed during early pregnancy, but most women would have a +ive HPT.
It is also possible to be pregnant and get a -ive HPT, but it doesn't happen very often.
So you can see to be pregnant, bleeding and getting a -ive HPT would be quite rare.

The bloating you're describing sounds like it's water retention, which happens just prior to and during some AF visits. When you're pregnant you don't start showing until at least 3 months.

But I'm not qualified, so if you're worried it's always best to check with your Dr.
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