ok my period is due to come on sunday but i have none of my regular pms symptoms i usually get them a couple of days before starting af.i have no cramps or nothing.could this mean that i could be pregnant?i figure if im pregnant i wouldn't get pms symptoms because i wouldn't start my af.I'm like 11 dpo and i took a test this morning but it was bfn.what do you think?
I think it is still to early to tell. Your best bet is to try to put it out of your mind and not stress over it...as stress can cause a period to delay. If you are pregnant, even the best pregnancy test are not acurate before a missed period. These tests measure the levels of HCG, which are probably not high enough yet to measure. If you are pregnant, you will know soon enough. I went through several close calls before actually becoming pregnant, and it is hard to sit tight, I know. If on Monday or Tuesday you are still not bleeding, then I would take another test. By this point you should have a more acurate answer. Good luck and I hope you get your wish, whichever it is.
Symptoms aren't always an indicator, some women still have pms symptoms each month through out their pregnancy. I would wait and if you haven't started by monday take a test. I'm on CD31 , my cycles are never the same but range from 28-35 days. I still have no AF, I've had some mild cramping the last few days which i usually get a day or two before i start...after last night i thought for sure i'd wake up to AF this morning, nope. Then some more mild cramps this am...even thought i "felt" AF start so i went to the bathroom, nope...just a LOT of creamy white CM. Good luck! You may could go ahead and try one of the EPT or Early Response tests, I've had good results with those using them a few days before AF was due.
hi yeah i used a 25 miu test but im just going to wait and see what happens.i just thought it weird that i have none of my normal symptoms when i usually have something a little bit before it comes on.
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