Would I get a negative by testing at night? 13 days late
The 2 tests I took, i did them at 10pm at night at 7 days late and 8:30pm on 8 days late. Would this have made a difference in the result? Would it have been better doing this at a different time of day? I used a Clear blue for first one and a supermarket cheap brand the next time. Even though I did not try and conceive and if i am pregnant it would be as a result of a 1 off 'withdrawal' method with my husband during ovulation time, I am scared to do another test as the negative result makes me sad. Ive been having period like cramps and sore breasts along with a 'wet' feeling down there but no period anywhere to be seen. I will be 2 weeks late tomorrow.
yes you need to use your first morning urine. I'm 9 days late. no sign of AF coming. when I went to the health department two days ago for a pregnancy test it was negative. but the lady told me that I was probably testing too early. she told me to retest every week until I got a positive result or my AF. and I know how you feel about getting negative results. I just want a positive already. but good luck I hope this helps
Following on from my previous post. I thought my af had come as when I wiped there was some yellow. So i thought that was the end of that, but now its clear again. Wish i new what was going on. Drs I think.
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