ok ladies. I am 45 yrs old. I have not missed a period since I had my daughter in 98. it is always on track for the 28 days and lasts about 4-5 days. My fiancé and I are trying to conceive and was due for my period two weeks ago. The two tests I have taken have come up negative. could there be something wrong or what should I do? Should I wait a little longer til I get a positive result
I just finished reading your comments. Okay, so your daughter will be about fifteen years old. Children are such a blessing. You probably already know this, but after 40 years old, there is a chance that any baby you have may be born with down syndrome. If you still want to conceive knowing this may be a possibility, that's your decision of course. Just think of the child and the child's quality of life. I'm not judging. I'm just trying to bring this issue to your attention. If I've spoken out of turn, I'm sorry, but I felt you should be aware of this possibility. I wish you well. Eve
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