First day of last period was on 10/29/10 and my husband and i had unprotected sex 11/12/10. my cycle is normally 28 days with five days of bleeding, so my next expected period should be 11/26/10. twelve hours or so after sex, i had long (stretchy), snotty (sorry for the icky description!) mucus-like discharge while peeing. sometime during 11/19-present i have been having off and on cramping. no sign of implantation bleeding at all. although, i am still having discharge, not much, but present on panties and by doing a finger swipe inside vagina. boobs are sore, but normal for me before period. another concern i have is, i have two painful cysts that appear in each of my boobs two or three days after ovulation and stick around until three or four days into my period and then go away until the next cycle. they are present right now, so i'm not sure if this is a sign that my period is coming, or will the cysts be present during pregnancy? anyway. at this point i am rambling and asking questions that may not be answered because i do know that every woman is different! but we are all the same in being impatient when it comes to baby-making! i would like to add that i took an EPT pregnancy test monday 11/22/10, with my first pee and it was negative. i know not to get upset because there is still a chance, but i am concerned because a lot of women get a positive test while testing four days before missed period. tell me what you all think, so sorry this is so long!
I understand the impatiant part many women want to know right away but the 4 days before is like. 65% chance to tell you or something like that cuz ur testing before its not 100 percent I would say your symptoms sound different if this aint very normal to you and you had sex around your ovulation time but just try hold out the next four days have ur husband hide ur othere tests so u can't use em cuz u will! Just think yad find out just after thanksgiving itd be ur best thanksgiving ever wait atleast those 4 days so if you are the hcg can build up if u test before and its negative u will drive yourself crazy wondering what's wrong with ya
lol @ hiding the pregnancy tests! that is such a great idea, i feel like they are a waste of money because i NEVER miss my period so that to me would be a sign that i'm pregnant. but us women just have to know, and the earlier we can try to find out the better! i don't remember early pregnancy symptoms with my first child so it's hard to tell. looks like i'll be twiddling my thumbs for the next three days .. thanks a lot for the advice!
hi there cant really answer your question , im in the same boat myself.. but the mucas you described is very fertile mucas, shows your ovulating. so hopefully you hit the mark.
fingers crossed for you good luck
update: got my period one day late. which is not normal for me. not sure why every month we try, something out of wack goes on with my period. thinking maybe it's a sign to just stop trying? have you gotten AF, or are you late?
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