10 days late? By now a doctor would probably approve a pregnancy blood test which would be accurate by now. Ive read that 10% of women never get a positive HPT and have to confirm pregnancy another way. Call your OBGYN and ask if she'll order a blood test. My doctor was willing to do it for me at 4 days late.
Mrs.Morris- I would suggest the same to you. 18 days late is a LOT. You are either pregnant, or your body is off cycle. Either way, you need to consult your doctor. Even if you dont ovulate, you can still have periods. (Look it up.) I would get a blood test to see if you are pregnant, it can pick up the pregnancy hormone that sometimes HPT cant...and if the blood test is negative, a doctor can try to figure out why you arent getting your period.
Location: I live in a small city in Ontario, Canada
i'm 10 days late and i am getting a clear line that looks like a tint of blue but only when i hold it a certain way, if i hold it another way you can just see where the line is supposed to be... what does that mean? is it an evap line do you think?
Originally Posted by abc123123
I'm ten days late, have done 4 pregnancy tests and they've all been BFN.
NOT EVEN A CLEAR LINE!
Is this happening with anyone else?
Lets wait for the witch/bfp together!
Yep I am with you,AF was due on sat and only had bfn's on digi's-wastin my money!!and sticks!sick of getting my hopes up only to be crashes back down!i
Honestly believe I am not so just want AF to rear her evil head and put me out of my misery sorry for being on a downer but just feel so down and sad
I am now 7 days late today. I have never been this late before. My cycles usually run 38 days long, so I am now CD 45. I have had headaches and frequent urination. Those are my only symptoms that I'm aware of. I took a pregnancy test this morning and it was negative. I am going to wait until the two week mark and if no answer either way, I am making a doctor's appointment.
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