You could be. You could have ovulated later than normal, and then your pregnancy test would not show positive until later. Plus, there are some women who (and this is rare) just don't show positive on urine tests for several different reasons. I would take the test in another week and if it is still negative and you think you may be pregnant, ask your doctor for a QUANTITATIVE, not qualitative blood test.
Honestly, the best thing to do is not stress and wait, as hard as that is. I had some very strange hormonal issues after my second son and thought I was pregnant several times when I wasn't and went crazy obsessing and wondering if the test was wrong because I felt SO pregnant. (I had never thought I was pregnant before when I wasn't, so I really thought that I was.) It's something you want to know, but waiting is the only thing that will tell you for sure.
at 1:37 AM on Nov. 13, 2010