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21/05/2018 at 20:19
I’m desperate to test but don’t want the disappointment of a BFN.
AF was technically due 19th May meaning I’m 2 days late BUT i ovulated around 3 days late this month so I’m adduming my new due date is tomorrow the 22nd??
I’ve been feeling nauseous the last couple of days but I’m so scared to test, sick of seeing negatives.
Please help ladies xxx
21/05/2018 at 22:04
Yes if you ovulate later your period will be later (unless you are pregnant of course) ideally you need to test with first morning urine so I would wait and see what tomorrow brings and if your period arrives then if no sign test on Wednesday morning
22/05/2018 at 10:38
AF has turned up this morning 😢😢 xx
22/05/2018 at 12:39
But some women experience pregnancy symptoms days before their period is due. As a result of the shift in hormones, tiny changes take place in the body that alert the woman that she may be pregnant even before a positive pregnancy test. Women who develop these symptoms before a missed period are, likely, very in tune with their body and are sensitive to even the tiniest hormonal changes. These very early pregnancy symptoms may occur up to a week before there are enough pregnancy hormones circulating in the body to give a positive pregnancy test result. Some women experience cramps early in pregnancy. This is usually due to the fertilized egg, or embryo, implanting into the uterus. Implantation occurs 8 to 10 days after ovulation, which is 4 to 6 days before a missed period would occur. Because the cramping occurs right around the time that menstrual cramps would begin. Many pregnant women mistake early pregnancy cramping with the cramps that occur right before their period arrives. Although in my case I had myself tested in Bio tex clinic.
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