Hello, this is my first post on here. I'm really just wondering what your thoughts are on this. My DH and I are currently TTC, I have a 30-31 day cycle. This month's period was due on the 11th. We did have unprotected sex on my ovulation day. On the eighth, I had bleeding, enough to need to use something but not enough to have to change more than twice in 24 hours. That bleeding lasted only 1 day, and the following 2-3 days I had spotting. On the 11th, I was supposed to start but did not. Currently, I am 12 days late. The symptoms I have been having include exhaustion, slight cramps, big headaches, constipation and for the last 3-4 days I've had nausea. Also, the week of my missed period, I had a mix of watery discharge and creamy discharge. I tested on the 12th (1 day late), the 15th (4 days late), and last Friday, the 22nd (11 days late). All tests were negative. I have one test left that I will use on Monday the 25, I will be two weeks late. Whatever the test says on Monday, I'm going to make a doctor's appointment. I guess I'm just wondering what the other explanations for these symptoms are, since I'm sure pregnancy is out of the question after this many days. Any input would be appreciated. Thank you and have a fun holiday! View Thread
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