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30/05/2016 at 01:58
Hey guys, so i had sex about 11 days ago.. i took two sainsburys tests but they both came up negative.
However I'm having symptoms such as: really tired, stomach hardening, back ache, stomach ache, it feels like my period is gonna start but I'm not due on for a while, i feel super sick.
Should i wait for the two week mark and take a first response or clear blue? Or is it something else?
30/05/2016 at 12:31
I would recommend waiting a couple more days and take a First Response test with first morning urine do you know what cycle day you are on when you did the deed. was it during your fertile window? To Give you a better idea of when you conceived and how many days after you should test. Usually it takes at least 12 days to get a good positive pregnancy test after the day of conception.
30/05/2016 at 13:58
I have no idea.. my periods are really irregular so i have no idea when i ovulate, i think i finished my period about 5 days before i had sex
30/05/2016 at 14:29
I'm not a professional but I would say your chances of conceiving from that date are probably slim just because you probably were on cycle day 10 most women don't ovulate till 14 or 15 and if you're a regular it might have even been later than that sperm can live up to 5 days but need optimal pH and cervical fluid in order to do so if you are trying to conceive I would suggest using opk's to track your ovulation if you are not then I would just go ahead and retest in a couple of days with first morning urine
01/06/2016 at 17:01
I'm really confused here, can someone help me out, Got my period (if it's a normal period) on Sunday around 13:00 hrs, it came pink and mild, the next morning it was brown, today (Tuesday) it's still on but it's red, but it's not normal, my period is lighter... I don't have irregular periods, my period was due 26/27 but it came 30th... Can someone advice me on what to do please
01/06/2016 at 17:04
If you're concerned I would definitely call your doctor and set up an appointment there could be a number of different reasons why are experiencing have a normal bleeding
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