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22/04/2016 at 02:29
I'm so confused on what could be going on, I was supposed to get my period on April 17, and I still have not gotten it. My breasts are very sore and I've been having period like cramping but no period. I have also been nauseous/tired etc. Just wondering if anyone could tell me what it could be and how I can go about it.
Thank you !
11/05/2016 at 09:23
hi, I'm in the same boat as you. my period was due on Saturday 7th may, however never showed, I am now 4 days late. I had one day of pink spotting with EWCM through it on the 21st April, this was around the time I was supposed to be ovulating, so I'm guessing this spotting was ovulation spotting. with my first pregnancy I didn't find out i was pregnant until 5 weeks along but I remember I had alot of cramping, more than usual. this time I am having cramping, sore boobs which have got bigger, feeling sick and headaches . I am so sure I'm pregnant but keep getting negative pregnancy test. has anyone got a positive after they got negatives?
11/05/2016 at 21:43
Mother to Son....I literally just took a test and its negative but I'm 4 days late as well. I have some symptoms but they could be either early pregnancy or my period. I have been stressed N been told i could be late because of that! Anyone know or have any advice on what I should do? Should I wait it out a cple more days before trying another test or call my doc?
12/05/2016 at 12:25
hi, I went to the doctors today and got a blood test to check my hormones, so ill get the results back next week. I do feel pregnant and I've been having cramps for over two weeks now so I'm hoping it comes back positive 😀 I'll keep you updated.
my cousin never found out she was pregnant until she was 4 months along. she knew she was pregnant but kept getting constant negative pregnancy test and she even had 2 negative blood tests. the doctors said she wasn't, so she booked for a private scan and she was correct she was 4 months pregnant when she had her scan.
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