My last period was Aug 31- Sep 3
My husband and I do not have protected sex, ever.
We had sex almost everyday in September
No period in September
No period in October
Some spotting, very light, dark blood no clumps
Two positive home tests but they were tests that had sat longer then 10 min
Negative blood test, many negative home tests as well.
Symptoms: Spotting and cramping, sensitive nipples, hard swollen breasts, crazy dreams every night, insomnia, headaches, running nose, nausea, vomiting, increased smell, frequent urination, mood swings.
I honestly don't know what to do, my periods are always right on time, never missed any, NEED HELP! What should I do?!
Have you experienced this? From reading everyone's stories I feel like I'm not alone. But I don't like playing this waiting game, and I don't want to have to wait until I'm showing or feel something kick me.
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