So me and my wife have been trying to conceive our first for about twp months now and her exspected period date would be today but has had no period yet nor any pre af symptoms, but has had in the past week, neusea, terrific sense of smell, frequently going to the bathroom, dry mouth, thirsty, headaches, moodiness, tiredness, hard time falling asleep and staying asleep, but 2 negative test, we haven't takem one today,when should we take one if her af is no show? I just want to know if our little one is in there?
Just keep taking them until there positive or she gets a period but let me tell you this happens during ttc a lot its called symptom spotting and the stress or worrying and wondering can cause AF to be late just tell her to relax and if you all really want go get a blood test that will tell you for sure good luck
Well we woke up at like 3 something in the morning and decided to do the test then because that would still be first morning urine right? And it came out to be negative, so I guess we keep testing until we get our + or af. Witch should have been yesterday..
And we've been using first response and some cheepo ones
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