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Asked by mummaBee

Q: Morning sickness but BFN :(

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Currently 11DPO / CD21/28

So, I have a tonne of symptoms and just 'feel' pregnant. I have sore boobs, extreme fatigue, headaches and last bot not least morning sickness.

Between 9-10am the last 4 morning I started to feel nauseous to the point I can't eat or drink anything, this tails off mid to late afternoon and I fell 100& fine in the eve. This morning 9:15 I had a sip of coffee and puked (sorry TMI).

So why am I sill getting BFNS :( I feel so pregnant
xxxx

This question was asked May. 11, 2012 2:08pm
Category: Am I Pregnant?

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Answered by a member - May. 12, 2012 9:10am
PMS and early preg symptoms are almost the same.i started feeling the all-day-all-night sickness starting at 7wks... i got BFN at 10dpo but BFPs starting on 15dpo... if u are preggo,jst wait a little longr,maybe hcg is notyet that high... still have high hopes for u...

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Answered by Christie143 - May. 11, 2012 4:14pm
I didnt start getting morning sickness until I was about 6 weeks pregnant, thats usually when it sets in too. I would wait a couple days and take another test but I would use a FRER. Best of luck to you!! Hope you feel better soon.

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Answered by joker31 - May. 11, 2012 4:13pm
With my first child, each hpt i took said npn. I went to the doctor on more than one occasion and they tested my urine and same bfn. The doctor told me i wasn't pg. I didnt know what was going on with my body, i just knew something wasn't right. I turned out to be pg. A scan showed that infact i was pg.
Maybe your tests are just not showing that you are?
Maybe you should see if AF comes & if not try another hpt. If still showing bfn maybe a trip to your doctor would be the next step. Good luck.

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Answered by avasofia - May. 11, 2012 4:09pm
The preggo tests measure the amount of Human Chorionic Gonadatropin in your urine, which is produced in such miniscule quantities until you're due for AF that it can't register it. You may just have to wait!

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