In December I missed my period and I took 5 epts and all said positive. I had an ultrascan and nothing was seen. January and February I spotted for a few days, then it stopped, then I started my period. This month I spotted on the 4th and it's now the 19th and no period. Could I be pregnant or is my period just late?
Well... looks like you have yourself in limbo... You're late.. positive HPT's, but scans say negative.
You're spotting, and generally that isnt a good sign if you were pregnant. You need to get in with a OBGYN and get checked.
That's the best I can tell you
You probably had what the experst call a "chemical pregnancy".
I've had a few of those. I get positive HPTs only to have my
period start or have blood results come back negative. Are
you trying to conceive? If so, keep on practicing.
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