My husband let out his little swimmers on the day i was ovulating. i'm now 6 days late on my period and experiencing frequent urination, tender breast, i'm queezy, and always hungry. But when is the best time to test. can i test now
or is it too early? i also have some acne that came out but
not much and my face seems really oily. all of the time.my lower back hurts too. PLEASE HELP hoping i am wish me the
They come with 2 in the box, right?? Take 1 now! I got a positive on the 2nd day of my missed period, so you'll probably get a positive now if you are pg. If it's negative, then take the other one tomorrow morning and you'll have your answer.
Be patient. Maybe your hormone levels are still low. And if not pregnant, then there's always next month! Be positive and don't let this bring you down. Any setbacks will only make you more appreciative when that baby finally arrives!
Wait 1 week and take another test if your period does not show up. Try to relax and accept the fact that you're not pg -- this mindset with either help your period show up or at least help you have a relaxing 1 week waiting time.
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