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Old Mar 11th, 2017, 14:49 PM   11
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Thank you everyone! Dan-o, less of the old Its lovely to read you, and I'm sorry to read about your miscarriage I don't think you would get an early menopause, its certainly not the norm to get it as early as 40. I think in my case it will come early though. I've been reading up today on it, and I don't have any of the symptoms of menopause, so I don't think I am going to get it yet, but maybe my body is building up to in the future and that is why my cycles are starting to get a bit weird.

Anyway, I did a test, a couple, and there was no hint of a line. I'll upload one for the sake of science I mean, being actually late for my period, if I was pregnant there should be a clear line, so I think I am pretty safe. I might test again in a few days if the still hasn't landed, and at some point will go the my doctors, but she is very laid back, so I know she will just say that one missed period doesn't mean anything, and I suppose she would be right, its just when its never happened to you it feels very weird. I remember asking her in the past about the menopause when my periods were very light some years back, before having the kids, but she told me they typically get very heavy, so not sure. Anyway, thanks again everyone! I was glad to share that, as I really didn't want to worry my hubby or mum!



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Old Mar 11th, 2017, 15:30 PM   12
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Hey

I don't think I see anything on your test but to be fair it's quite a grainy photo. I know uploading can lower picture quality



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Old Mar 11th, 2017, 15:41 PM   13
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happycupcake, there is nothing for sure, the photo is from my laptop so quite crappy, but its a BFN



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Old Mar 11th, 2017, 15:53 PM   14
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Ah I see! Pleased it's the outcome you had hoped for. I had periods disappear on me too, there wasn't any obvious reason that I or the doctor could think of. He said stress but I wasn't any extra stressed, so it was quite random! I'm sure it isn't anything to worry about



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Old Mar 11th, 2017, 15:58 PM   15
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I am glad that you got the outcome you wanted hun



 
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Old Mar 11th, 2017, 16:09 PM   16
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Thank you. Don't get me wrong, a part of me would love Dh and I to be capable to naturally make a baby, and if I was pregnant I'm sure I'd pretty quickly get happy and excited about it. But on another note, if we really wanted more children we would have our frozen embryo put back, and we won't. I'm really still hoping its not menopause, there is so much happening at the moment, I hope I don't have to deal with all of that early, but have to take it how it comes



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Old Mar 11th, 2017, 17:47 PM   17
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If you have a lot happening at the moment, perhaps it's stress? When I missed a few in a row I literally couldn't think of anything, it hadn't happened before except when I was expecting, and it hasn't happened since unless pregnant or when I used the implant. It was pretty random, but sometimes they can be. Probably isn't menopause



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Old Mar 11th, 2017, 18:24 PM   18
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Calm, when I say old... well you know what I mean

Sending for the confusing cycle and test results xxx
The timing of your thread popping up is a coincidence! I was thinking of you, and your little ones, just the other day! I'm almost surprised to see the bfn!



 
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Old Mar 12th, 2017, 04:19 AM   19
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happycupcake, I'd like to think its something like that, but I'm always stressed lol, and I've been through a couple very tough moments in the last years and still been very punctual (it was so annoying when I was TTCing, because I just wanted to be late, but for the right reasons of course). Its just been my whole life of being regular, always, so it does feel very odd.

Dan-o, I was thinking of you too, and was thinking of sending you a pm, when I noticed you in another thread and noticed you were still around BnB. I love that you are not preventing another and I have everything crossed that the stork will visit you again, though how anyone can cope with more than 2 kids is besides me, my two run me ragged ! They are the best thing that happened to me though, so I can understand someone wanting 10 kids + really, life becomes more difficult but so much happier. I'll always be sad about out last embryo, we really can't have more kids for reasons as long as my arm, but hey, sad still If I'm not in the menopause, which apparently is when your period just stops and never comes back for more than 2 years, I am sure I am in the premenopausal state. Its a good warning to take more care of my body and mind as the menopause can be tough, I feel such a lol I am already full of aches and pains!



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Old Mar 12th, 2017, 05:11 AM   20
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Glad you got the response you wanted.

I also was randomly late a while ago, cycles normally like clockwork. My period has been late 5 times ever. 4 were pregnancies, once there was no rhyme or reason for - I was actually nearly two weeks late!



 
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