I am 12 days late and no sign of AF. My last period was on Aug. 2 I should have started on the 29th. I have taken 3 test all were neg. But my concern is that the very 1st time i got preg. the line did'nt show up right away and when it did the next day I had the blood work done and found out that I was indeed preg. a couple weeks later I had a miscarage. But since then I had two pregnancies that were normal. At this point I'm a little woried....
Me too ladies. I am 14 days late and this morning when I wiped there was spotting. That was it.. nothing but regular clear discharge since then. I went for my blood test again this morning. I will know this afternoon.
I have some white dischage but not alot. some cramps but they come and go. i am nauseous its through out the day.( I did have that with both of my full term pregnancies.) Honestly i feel pregnant, i guess i'll just give it till next week and test again if no period and another negative guess i'll go to the dr.
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