I am 21 days late, I am quite irregular but its usually between 28-35 days never more. I have never been 3 weeks late!! I am very concerned. I had a slight brown discharge a couple of days ago, hardly anything. I then decided to do a pregnancy test, this came back negative. So im so confused. I have been very moody, bloated and now have a terrible head cold. is this related? could i possibly be pregnant?
I have a doctors appointment on Monday, However id love to hear someones thoughts,and if anyone else is going through the same?
Sometimes depending on age ect your cycle can actually change and become shorter to longer. Well that's my GYN told me I've had that happen but Im in my mid 30's, have the doc give you a blood test that will tell you if you're pregnant or not.
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