Thank you so much for responding Byronney. I think anxious was a better word to describe my state All my life my periods have come spot on, like clock-work hence the worry.
I haven't been to the doc yet but my 2nd home pg test on 8th was still neg. A new development though is I have cramps now for 2 days straight and today noticed veery slight spotting. My DH and have kept on TTC all april to date hoping I'll have late ovulation. So we're hoping this is implantation bleeding/cramping
I have no gynae yet since I'm new in the country but I can't wait to get officially checked..fingers crossed! ))View Thread
Hi everyone, I'm 31. I miscarried in Dec at 8weeks because of a blighted ovum. Did a D&C on 2nd Dec. My husband and I have been TTC since Feb. Got my periods on schedule for 3 months (on 12Jan, 08th Feb, 08th March). Then next one came on 03rd April (1week earlier!). I was expecting my period on 29th April according to calendar but up to date (1 week later) I still have no periods. They somewhat vanished! I took pg test on 02nd but was negative. I honestly don't feel pregnant compared to my last pregnancy, no symptoms of pregnancy, no premenstrual symptoms either. We're so confused now. What suddenly happened? What made my cycle suddenly irregular? Did I stop ovulating? Should I test for pregnancy again? I'm so scared now, please advise. Thanks.View Thread
First name: Petal
How long you've been TTC: miscarried @ 8wks on Dec 02nd, did D&C, been TTC for 3months now
What you're trying: ovulation calculator only
Cycle: trying for 3 cycles now, April cycle came one week early! My May period is 1 week late! Was due on 29th April.
Pregnancy Test results: tested on 02nd May, was negative. Still no period. So confused now.View Thread
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