|Probably not on Jan 21, 2014 @ 11:38 am|
If the doctor did a blood test , and I'm assuming the internal ultrasound you are likely not pregnant. However if it is too early the hormone may not show up in the test and you won't see much if anything on an ultrasound. My guess is that you aren't !
|you will know for sure in 9 months! on Jan 21, 2014 @ 01:22 pm|
A very early pregnancy can be missed by an ultrasound. A 4-week old fetus is only the size of a tiny seed. Blood tests have error margins too, so inaccurate results are possible.
However, it is probably a rare case for both an ultrasound and a blood test to come back negative and you actually be pregnant.
Many pregnancy symptoms can be attributed to other health factors. Stress can cause fatigue, nausea, skipped periods and/or spotting, etc. Extreme weight swings (gain or lose) can also cause these things as they are types of physical stress. I have heard of Olympic athletes who go months into a pregnancy before realizing the truth.
You should have yourself checked out based on whichever symptoms you are having (which you haven't mentioned, so ignore if this does not apply to you) as they can be an indicator of something completely different. Only a doctor can tell you what's going on, and if you get an unclear answer, make sure to get a second opinion!