can i still be pregnant despite two negative result?
My husband and I had sex on Sept 10 and I ovulated bet Sept 13-18. My period was due today Oct 2nd send it dudnt come yet. It usually comes on time but maybe I'm thinking about it too much. I haven't been getting any menstrual cramps like I usually do before my period except my breast and nipples are very sensitive. I took two first response pregnancy tests today and they were negative. If my period doesn't come by next I am going to my doctor but in the mean time I would appreciate some feedback from anyone who has been through anything similar. I would like to be pregnant...should I still be hopeful despite my two negative results? Thanks in advance to anyone who takes the time to voice their opinion.
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