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06/09/2016 at 11:44
A week before AF is due I always suffer with really horrible back pains and cramps but this month I've experienced nothing whatsoever. I am now 1 day Late and still not a single symptom to say AF is on her way! I tested yesterday (the day I was due) but not until 22.30pm in the evening so I did leave it pretty late but I got a BFN, do I rule pregnancy out altogether or could it just not have shown yet? I have the smallest feeling I may be pregnant again and it's not normal for me to have no period symptoms at all and be late! Anyone?
06/09/2016 at 11:53
You are more likely to get a positive with FMU (First morning urine) or after a coupke of hours of not using the toilet.
So try again tomorrow morning.
07/09/2016 at 09:36
I tested again this morning being 2 days late and still got a BFN! Whether it's due to the cheap clear&simple strips I'm using or that it's still too early to detect or my hcg levels are low I don't know? Just going to wait it out a little and see what happens
07/09/2016 at 10:29
Hi chanwit I think clear and simple require hcg levels to be at least 20mui. If you are pg your levels may not have reached that yet I would try either first response early results or superdrug own brand are meant to be good. Good luck x
07/09/2016 at 15:10
Hi Emy0001 thanks yeh I shall try something else in a few days if still not come on! Today I had the worst nausea earlier that just came over me, nearly threw up just before getting on public transport, very odd and I've lost my appetite lately yet my stomach is always rumbling! just little things that make me think I possibly could be just waiting to see if get BFP anytime soon x
08/09/2016 at 00:38
I am in the same boat I tried 2 tests and both were a BFN. And I'm 2 days late. I have symptoms of lower back pain and my nipples are really tender. None of these symptoms I get when I'm on my period. Im going to wait until my "3-4 days" when I'm getting off my period to test. Don't rule out pregnancy, some women it does take some time to show up on a test, even after the predicted period. Best of luck to you!!
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