Too Early for positive pregnancy test? Advice welcome!

Allie - posted on 05/14/2014 ( 6 moms have responded )

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Ok..for the past week i have woke up around 4:30-4:45am nauseous to the point of throwing up, and then around 11:00 am my nausea goes away followed by heartburn that lasts all night long. I have been on Camilla (a Progesterone Only Pill) for about six months and recently i stopped taking them (about 2 weeks ago). Me and my husband started thinking i may be pregnant when i woke up for a week nauseous and had unrelenting heartburn, and i took a test monday evening...negative. I took one this morning...another negative. Is it all in my head or is it just too early? and if its too early would i really be getting "morning sickness" already?
thank you for your advice in advance!

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Ciara - posted on 07/11/2014

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Blood test is considered to be more reliable than pregnancy test, so it is recommended to take the blood tests to have more accurate result. If you don't mind l suggest you this link for more information http://aboutgettingpregnant.com .

Allie - posted on 05/22/2014

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I havent had a period in over 2 years bc of taking the depo provera shot, and then jumping straight to Camilla...but two days ago my period came back in full force. it scared me to death bc i figured it would take a few months to come back, not a few days. lol thanks everyone..im not sure why i was so sick all last week...maybe wishful thinking. :(

Devin - posted on 05/16/2014

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Not everyone can successfully use home pregnancy tests. See this article for more info: http://www.early-pregnancy-tests.com/mis...
Do you know when your period should be or should have been? If a home test is going to work, it will likely not work until your period is late. Very few home tests have a high enough hcg sensitivity level to catch a pregnancy before the next period is missed. That and everybody's hcg levels vary quite a bit at the same point in pregnancy. So there's a lot to consider. If your period doesn't come and you don't test positive a week after you should have hs\ad a period, I'd probably schedule an OBGYN/midwife appt. Good luck!

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