Hi all, I'm new here. I had a mid month bleed (one week after my period) for 4 days, bright red, liquid not like a normal period. We had sex a week before the mid month bleed. Now I'm very late - was due March 16th, and all the tests say BFN, except for one clear blue which has a pencil thin blue line. please help?
Thanks for the quick replies. I've never been in this situation before as I'm as regular as clockwork. I keep wondering what is going on if I'm not pregnant. Have you done any tests with FMU? All mine have been afternoon tests, does it really make a big difference?
I've read online tonnes of people not getting a positive until 7 or 8 weeks, but my other half thinks that this is the minority of people and there would be like 0.001% chance of that. I just don't know.
hi hun im in same boat im 3 weeks late had brown discharge also 2 positive pound tests then negative i think you best go to the doctors if you go to long
hope you get a bfp like you said ive also read bout people not getting a bfp till weeks after missed period
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