Thanks for the query.
I understand your concern.
Better to go for the blood test for pregnancy or ultrasound, which can give more accurate results compared with an urine test.
If these investigations also give negative results, the possibility of pregnancy is less.
In that case, check for serum prolactin levels once as hyperprolactinemia can lead to irregular periods and milk secretion from breasts.
Hope this helps.
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