Dont loose hope sweetie.....stay positive! The good news if there could be any is with the HPT's you can sometimes get fales negatives but rarely a false positive.....in this case one day from when af was due could simply mean that it was too soon for the HPT to detect a rise in pg hormone levels. Fingers crossed and I agree with above poster, go to see your doc and get bleeds taken, they never lie! (((baby dust))), keep us posted :)
If you are unable to seek Medical advise right now my other suggestion would be to wait a few more days (5-7) and take another test if AF hasnt come...DONT STRESS is the big key here.
Keep your head up. I was looking at Baby Story on TLC and a young lady said she took 5 preg tests and they were false but her husband keep telling her she looked different and he thinks she is preg. The sixth test showed pos. Hang in there.
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