I am always regular, always have been! Augsut 26 I tested positive, the day of my missed period. 1 1/2 weeks later (September 6th), I started and was considered to have had a clinical pregnancy. Because I am regular, I expected to start October 6th. Here it is, 9 days later, and still no period. I took two tests that showed negative. Could I be pregnant and its not showing yet? Or is my very normal cycle now messed up?View Thread
In reading over this, I realized I said clinical pregnancy....it was actually considered a "chemical" pregnancy. SOmething was going on, but nothing implanted and my uterus lining returned to normal. Therefore, should I not have had a period on time, like I ALWAYS have? I am now 12 days late (of what would normally be the day)View Thread
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