On the 30th of July I realized I was a week late. I am now two weeks late with some symptoms but not many. I feel sick occasionally, I need to pee more often, my body feels heavy and tired and I have been craving cookies, like it's the only thing I want to eat. I have also had an increase in cervical fluids. My partner and I use no contracteption as we are not trying, yet not preventing. We have been having unprotected sex for a year now (neither with STD's). My questions is, I went to a nurse at 11 days late and got two urine tests that came up positive, she then took some blood and I got a negative result. Is it possible I am pregnant as my period is 2 weeks late, even though I got a negative blood test. (My period is usually on the dot, 23 days cycle)
I would have yer blood drawn again...could be a missed miscarriage although I hope that's not the case
If yu took them on the same day it doesn't make sense the urine came.up positive and the blood negative because the blood test is way more sensitive
Anyways I would go back to the doctor
Chances are yu are pregnant :)
I haven't had any bleeding since the 31st of July. It's just, I don't have any blatently obvious symptoms. My boobs aren't big or sore, I have been crampy and get kind of stabby pain on my left side under my pubic bone.... my period just has never been THIS late before
I just have this gut feeling it will be negative again. I have a whole bunch of dip tests at my mothers house that I am thinking about grabbing and taking every 2-3 days if my period doesn't turn up. So many girls have told my I am still in the running until I start bleeding. I think I am just hoping so much now that I am finally late, that it would be my time.
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