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Late Period...negative HPT

I am so confused. My last period was 4/1-4/5. I had unprotected sex with my husband
4/20. I was expecting my period on 5/1, but on 4/30 when I went pee in the AM
it was brown when I wiped. Normally that happens at the end of my period not at the
Beginning. Every time I wiped it was brown but there was no actual blood. Then I saw a
Very small blood clot in the toilet. When I woke up the next morning there was nothing on
the pad and now 5 days later still no period. I have taken pregnancy tests every morning and
they have all been negative. Could that have been my period? Could I be
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I would call the dr and have a blood test. It could be you are or just a very late period.. call the dr! Good luck.
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Thanks!  Anytime I've been late ive been pregnant.  This is weird. I
really feel like I am but I also want to be so maybe it's just wishful thinking
I forgot to say that I had a pap on 4/23 so I am also wondering if the "brown" was because of that. ?
I think I'll wait until I'm a week late and if I'm still testing negative ill go to the doc.
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That definitely could be from the pap. Brown basically equals old blood.. give it a bit longer and good luck I wish the best for you!!!
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I tested again this morning and negative. I have the feeling
I ovulated late...I'm going to test again end of week and if I only
see one line I'm giving up!!
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I went and got a blood test on Friday (10 days late) and it was negative. Next week I go in for an ultrasound to make sure everything looks good. Just so strange that I would miss my period like this.

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