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Well, my last period was on 2/10, the one before that was on

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Well, my last period was on 2/10, the one before that was on 1/20. I had very light (didn't even show in underwear) pink discharge on 3/2, but nothing since. I had a urine test at a drs office on 3/15, and 3/25 that both came back negative. This morning, I took a hpt, which after the time allotted on the instructions looked negative, but when I looked at it again a few hours later, there was a new blue line on it. My PCP says to wait until late April/early May to see if my period starts, but I feel like that's too long to wait if, in fact, I am pregnant.
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Customer: I have never had a history of irregular periods.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: OB GYN
Expert:  Dr Norbert Scheufele replied 1 year ago.
Hello,for the result of pregnancy test it´s important to observe the required time of reading it, later changes are invalid. So I don´t believe in pregnancy in your case and would also recommend to await the further progression. Further on bsolutely reliable would be a blood test by your OB/GYN.Kind regards,Dr. N. Scheufele