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I am 9 days late i have taken several pts and none have been positivie what could this mean????
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Are you usually on time? Have you stopped the pill recently? There could be lots of reasons other than pregnancy! Visit your doctor and ask for a blood test. Good luck.
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You could wait a couple more days and test again. Also, stress or several other things could be the cause of a late period. Hang in there and good luck.
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Are you using your first morning urine to take the test ? sometimes this can help give you an accurate result as it is more concentrated in the hormone level that HPT pick up on
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I am currently 9 days late and have had nothing but BFNs. Never been late before and my cycles are 28 days long, no unusual stress or anything. I am going to wait until Saturday when I will be exactly 2 weeks late and take a FRER with FMU and see what that says. I was thinking I was pregnant but now I'm wondering if maybe I just ovulated late or didn't ovulate at all this month (I don't temp or chart, just do the calendar). I was wondering, did AF show or are you still waiting like me? I have seen other posts about people saying they were late and still getting BFNs but they never updated what the outcome was. I have a doctors apt on the 21st for quantitative blood test if I still have no AF and BFNs.
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