I've posted on a few different threads about being two weeks late (according to my FF chart) and having symptoms like nausea, sleepiness and loads of CM. Anyway, I'm still coming up as BFN on HTPs and I was wondering if anyone had any luck getting blood tests from their doctors, from what some people have said, docs refuse as it's too early, but other people seem to get them done. So what's your experience?
According to FF I ovulated on 13th March which would match my usual cycle, so based on that I'm 2 weeks late. I'm in England where we get free healthcare, the only downside of that is that they need to try and keep costs down where possible. I've been to my doctors a couple of times and have been told to do urine tests and when they're negative they told me it might still be too early to tell but it's driving me mad. I was considering asking for a blood test if there's still no answer one way or another next week, but not sure if they'd even do it.
Hi, I'm in Ireland but with my 1st baby, test was negative-I was on pill and had not been trying but I was maybe 3 days late and they did a bloodtest and it was positive-my advice would be to go to a family planning clinic or a doctor's practice that has a practice nurse you can make an appointment with-nurses can do simple blood tests for you and the doc can call you later with a result when he/she has checked it-this was the case for my friend.
Did they do the blood test at 3 days late then? Thanks for the advice, I shall try my practise nurse next then. I was debating just trying to forget for a week, not test or anything, but I'm not sure I'd be able to!
Im in the uk!
Had no AF in march, and have missed aprils.
I saw my GP and hes made me an appointment for
Bloods. He made it fir 2 weeks later.
Going on thursday so will see.
Currently 42 days late and BFN'S
So i had no trouble getting one?
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