I am currently, still without a period and I have all symptoms of Pregnancy. I haven't took another P test yet, I really don't have time to go take a blood test. I work Mon-Fri..5am-5:30pm. and my doctor takes for ever to see anybody. I am now 2 weeks and 2 days late for my cycle. I guess I may have to take a half of day work tomorrow.View Thread
I'm on the reclipsen bc and I missed 3 weeks of my active pills and had intercourse with my husband during the break period. We used the pull-out method, which is not so effective. I started back taking my pills at week 4. I am a on time every 28 days for my cycle, but I'm 6 days late now. I have basically all the symptons of pregnancy, but I took three test and they were all neg. Could I be pregnant or did I throw my cycle off track???View Thread
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