I am 10 days late for my af. no signs of it coming either. I have taken about five or six pregnancy test and they have been negative. here are my symptoms: sore boobs but not too sore, I'm getting headaches, thick white discharge with no smell or odor. did I ovulate late? my last menstral cycle was March 6. is there a possibility that I could be pregnant? I don't have any type of infection so I know that's not the problem. please help me. am I testing too early? could I still possibly be pregnant? or did I ovulate late? thank you for your help
Hi! If you were my patient, I would offer you a blood pregnancy test, but the urine tests are quite good these days. It is possible that you didn't ovulate this cycle, or that you have a functional cyst on one of your ovaries that is delaying your cycle. It is pretty common to miss a period now and then. OH--also, you are not testing too early, as most of the tests will register positive by the time of the missed menstrual period. Also, to avoid any mistakes, I usually recommend doing a pregnancy test weekly until the period comes,Good luck! Dr B
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