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I am 5 days late, but test negative am I prego?

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I had a mirena iud taken out 3 months ago. I have had two regular menstrual cycles, now I am 5 days late. I also feel nausea, super sensitive to smell, moody, nipple tenderness etc. I have taken 4 cheap home pregnancy tests and 1 ept. All are negative. Am I pregnant? or just crazy?

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I would say your not pregnant, with taking that many tests, I would think they are right. Are you trying to get pregnant? Sometimes I think that your mind will play tricks on you if are hoping to be pregnant. If you don't start in the next week, go get a blood test at the doctors office to be sure.
No one on the internet is going to be able to tell you with any certainty if you are pregnant or not.  If you don't trust the tests, by all means make an appointment with your doctor, who will be happy to run a blood test for you.
I would say go to your obgyn and get some bloodwork and maybe and ultrasound.
Pregnancy tests can be tricky. Mine didn't turn up positive until I was 5 weeks pregnant...3 weeks after I conceived.
If you aren't taking them in the morning try in the morning that is when your urine is best to test! :) I'm hoping the best for you!!
it could be the tests are messed up.. i took 2 and they both said positive. but i went to the doctor and i found out i wasnt preg. so if you keep feeling the symptoms just get blood work done. good luck!

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