My periods are usually like clockwork, and since January I have been getting them between the 3rd and 5th of every month (i am generally on a 30 day cycle). My last period was on June 3rd, and I went to the middle east from the states for about 3 weeks. Around the 7th I was a little sick. I got back the 23rd to the States. I had unprotected sex with my husband on July 2nd and July 4th. Both these times, he did not finish and only finished quite some time later (sorry for the details). I am now 12 days late. I took a HPT yesterday morning and it came back negative. I have been feeling like it it going to come any day now for the past week, but it hasn't. I have no other symptoms execpt maybe for sore nippIes (not breasts). just wanted to know if this happened to anyone before and whether I should trust the pregnancy test result or not. If not, then when should I be trying again?
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