No AF and I am on day 39 and my cycle is typically around 33 days long, I tested a few days ago and it was negative. I had EWCM on cycle days 25 and 26 but not before that. Is it possible that I ovulated that late?? That would explain why there is no AF. My boobs are swollen and sensitive and I have slight cramps, also I am nauseated and really tired. Any help would be appreciated since I can't get into my doctor until April 8th!
It may be difficult to confirm the exact cause of your symptoms merely on the basis of symptoms. A detailed history, clinical examination and correlation with test results is necessary for appropriate diagnosis and treatment. Pregnancy is a possibility. You may repeat the test again. If it is negative other causes of delayed periods like hormonal imbalances, thyroid disorders and ovulation dysfunction should be considered. This is merely an advice. For more details and queries contact your gynecologist. Hope it helps.
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