I am 6 days late, and having bad cramps like the usual one i get when i have my period but there is no sign of blood at all. My urine is clear, and I notice that I urinate more frequently this time. Is it time to take a hp test? I'm worried though cause last year I didn't have my period for 3 months but I wasn't pregnant at all. I went to the Dr but they just gave me some pill to get back to my regular period and it did. I'm nervous as this is my first time but the good thing is my husband and I have been trying to have a baby for 2years. This might be it. :) God is good!
Being late for your period is the only symptom you should take into consideration until after you get a positive HPT, but that's a very good thing if you're TTC! Definitely take a test, because my first symptom was frequent urination, and I'm currently pregnant! So take a test, if it's negative, wait another week, if it's still negative make sure you call your doctor and ask him/her about jump starting your period, because if you have irregular cycles TTC can be very hard! Let me know how it turns out for you, and good luck!!
Thanks for your response I appreciate it! I'm going to wait for 1 more day and will take hpt. Is it normal then to have cramps like in a week straight or more than that? I'm really worried with this cramps. :(
Im 6 days late for my period it usually comes on no later than the second day after I miss it...I'm getting light cramps headaches back lower pack pain dizziness..and this white discharge this has been going on for about a week could I be pregnant???
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