my period is 11 days late. I am very regular with a 28 day cycle. Now this afternoon I've had some bleeding with clotting. The week I should have started my period I had cramps but no bleeding at all. I also had other various signs of pregnancy such as sore breasts, fatigue, nausea, and headaches. All tests I've taken have been negative. Any ideas what could be going on? Last month I started my period on time but it was a day shorter than normal...then a week later after sex I started again and had what seemed to be a normal cycle. This was also abnormal so I took HPT's then as well. 4 of them were a very faint positive and one was negative. I took a test a week after my sept period and it was also negative. Now I'm very late for me and baffled as to what could be going on.
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