could i really be pregnant?

Natasha - posted on 08/27/2009 ( 6 moms have responded )

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I always forget to take my birth control pill so i switched to the needle in march. About a month later i started to have pregnancy symptoms so i bought a test and it was negative. But i still thought i was pregnant so i waited a couple months and did another test and it was negative too. But now its almost September and I'm pretty sure I'm feeling some moving. Am i just crazy or could the needle be giving me false negatives?

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Esmeralda - posted on 09/05/2009

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get a blood test done. a friend of mine had a iud and still got pregnant, in fact she got pregnant with twins! so just to be on the safe side go see your doctor. they can always do a scan. good luck.

Miranda - posted on 09/05/2009

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call y=your doctor and get a blood test. I was told at an early age I could never have kids. Five years ago I had those feelings, like WTH was wrong with me had a FALSE NEGATIVE in September 3 months later I finally got a POSITIVE. I was 4 1/2 months pregnant before I found out. Now 5 years later I am pregnant with baby boy # 2, and it still took me 2 months to find out.

Amanda - posted on 09/03/2009

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You should talk to your doctor. See if they can do a blood test to find out for sure.

Mandy - posted on 08/28/2009

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Hun i would get checked out asap! the truth is that any medication contraceptive or other wise ever vitamins can affect a preg test result. It's safer to get it checked as no contraceptive can claime to be 100% effective for everyone, there is always exceptions. But bare in mind that your symptoms may be side effects of the injection and not preg. related.

Kristin - posted on 08/28/2009

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I was on the shot for 3 years and I never had those symptoms but yes I know everyone is different. I took 3 pregnancies before I found out I was pregnant with my daughter and they all said negative...you can get a false negative but your not suppose to be able to get a false positive...

Crystal - posted on 08/27/2009

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I have heard that the shots can make your body think that you are pregnant. Probably not movement though. Call you doctor and get a blood test to be sure.

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