Not a Success Story, a question

I was wondering if it is normal for women with PCOS who become pregnant to have a negative home pregnancy test?

Have any of you women experienced this?

Here's a little history...I don't normally have regular periods due to PCOS, however, last year I had 4 throughout the year and Dec-Feb I had regular periods.

Then in March I started experiencing pregnancy symptoms. I've had some of the symptoms before without being pregnant, but they were different and only lasted a month or two.

I have now experienced these symptoms for over 3 months, and I continue to have more and more symptoms.

Last week, I took my first pregnancy test, but it was negative. I don't know what to think. I'm trying to not get my hopes up since we've been trying for 9 1/2 years now.

TTSIF (Trying to stand in faith)

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