I am currently a week and one day late.. I told myself I'm not going to test until I'm 2 weeks late, because I've been late before..but never as late as 2 weeks.. and when Im late I feel all the AF symptoms.. A day or two before my AF was due I started getting AF type cramps.. along with some lower pinching and.. my back would hurt through out the day also.. I have no sore boobs what so ever (which I get up until AF shows) My question is did anyone start cramping the day of their AF, but still AF not show?? and later on get a BFP??
superwoman? lol thanks.. I want to wait two weeks just to see if AF shows and also my boyfriend is away and he'll be back next week and by next week if AF hasn't shown than I'll be 2 weeks late. At that point we'll just test together.. I almost couldn't get up this morning because I was soo tire.. could barely left my head up.. I don't know if I mention, but we're not TTC, but if we're expecting than It'll be good news. Thanks.. :D
cramping is a very very common early pregnancy symptom, when I was pregnant last time I had much crmaping and swore AF was coming on... but it was baby!!! You are a Superwoman in my book if you can wait until you are two weeks late to test.... I would test now if I were you, you are late enough where it would show positive if you are feeling ansy.....
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