My cycle has been regular and every 27 days. I always have heavy bleeding with severe cramps 2 days before and 2 days into my cycle. My last cycle was August the 27th and I didn't have one last month. So I went to see a ob and they did urine test which came back negative. (I knew it would I was 3 months along with m daughter and 3 months with my son before they would show a positive) and he also did blood work and told me yesterday that I had a hcg level of 1. He did the test 2 weeks ago. And told me that it was negative. He refuse to do another blood test yesterday.. I have had all the early symptoms of pregnancy for 3 weeks now. And I am not the type of person to gain weight for no reason but I have gained 5lbs in the last 2 weeks and went for a size 0in pants to a size 4.. Would the HCG show up if I wasn't pregnant?? I have light to moderate spotting and have had for 4 days now.. Could I actually be pregnant and it just not registering yet???View Thread
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