Well, I am 4 days late and still no AF. I tested this morning and got BFN. My dr. office suggested a blood pg test because I think that I ovulated late. I think I may be 11dpo. I did have the blood drawn this am, but have to wait til this afternoon to find out. If I am not pg, what are my options to start my af? Any similar situations? Results?
You need to remember that if you ovulated late, most likely your af would be a little late, so I wouldn't worry about jumpstarting af quite yet. If you are not pg I would wait until you are at least 14-16 dpo before you start to worry. Good luck- I hope your blood test reveals good levels for that bfp!
If worse comes to worse, provera would be given to jumpstart it. You take it for somewhere around a week and then will have a period from anytime up to 2 weeks after...unless you're like me and you don't, but that's not likely:)
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