I am a 26 yo mom of 3, I had a tubal ligation 5 years ago (burn only technique) I now found myself 4 days late.. Not long I know but im 28 day cycler and always on a sunday... I had my last period 1/18/2009 and should have started 2/15/2009 but No not as of yet.. Because im always regular this alarmed me even tho i would luv 2 have another baby. I took a hpt that was neg this mornin... My husband and I have a good sex life so unprotected sex on a reg basis is normal.. Could this be part of a early pregnancy or something diffrent??? Any advice or stories would be appericated...
I had a tubal 7 yrs.ago after 13 pregnancies,I am now 45 days since my last period n very concerned,as fertile as my husband n i have been ,i dont even want to take a pg test,any info or input would b greatly appreciated.
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