Hello, I'm 3 weeks late and have taken several HPT and all but one was negative and I'm not sure if the one was positive or if it was an evaporation line. I've been a few days late before but never 3 weeks late. I went to the Dr. for a urine test almost 2 weeks ago and she said that it could be too soon to tell (at that time) she also said that when she was pregnant it didn't show on a urine test till she was in her 6th month! I am so confused! I have some symptoms like just this week I started throwing up, my breast are tender and the color of my nipple and the skin around them is darker, I'm exhausted ( never take naps but now I do all the time), I have been making more trips to the bathroom and I feel like I'm on an emotional roller coaster plus I'm starting to get heartburn! I plan on going to the Dr. again for a blood test if I don't start my period within a week. What do you think? do you think I'm pregnant or do you think it's something else? Please help! Thank you!
Wow strange doctor then !!!!!!!
3 weeks late.you would know by now,a test would be positive.a blood test will be more accurate.
its hard to say,there are many things can delay your period.definately wait another week,and take a digital test they will along with any dectect any hcg especially now.if neg and still no period.then get a blood test.
Well thats not true, i just researched alot of woman say they were 6 weeks late before theres came out positive. Just depends on your body or maybe you had some defective ones or even took it at a wrong time. They are not perfect. Now a blood test would def verify by now even just a little HCG at least.
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