hmm, not sure. usually "implantation bleeding" seems to be SUPER light and last less than a day. but i guess everyone's different?
i'm pretty jaded about the idea of a false neg because i've had 2 months with weirdly late periods that i thought for sure i was preggo and then it showed up. getting a blood test done might not be a bad idea though. keep us posted!View Thread
you know, i'm not sure what i'll do differently. mostly just continue to stay in tune with my body to know what is happening, and when. also, i plan to just enjoy the holiday season and not stress about baby making maybe not thinking about it as much will help, who knows! best of luck to you, i hope you do not endure the same disappointment as i didView Thread
i'm on day 38 of my cycle with no period in sight.
that means i'm 10 days late if i were to have a "normal" 28 day cycle.
yet no BFP.
last month i was 6 days late so i keep expecting it but nothing happens. DR said it isn't abnormal for a period to be about a week late, so then what is happening now??
on projected day 2 of my period i had an exam and she said it seemed like i may be ovulating. WTF? that would mean that i'm like 2 weeks behind.
NO i'm not stressed (well not until this started happening) so i don't see why my cycle would be so off. at this point, i'm not as concerned about being pregnant as i am with knowing what is going on with my body. and then i think, well maybe my 2ww started around the time of my appointment, which would mean that i'm only about a week into the wait. which would mean in about a week i would know if i'm pregnant? but then i'd be at day 45 of my cycle.
oi, has this happened to ANYONE before?
other symptoms: i've had tender breasts for about 2 weeks (something i thought meant AF was coming). a little tired but that could be because of the changing weather (central IL here) that's about it, i don't feel pregnant really (but i wouldn't really know)
sorry for the long post, it is just rough being so late. for most women that would mean success! jump for joy! but for me it just brings hope then disappointment and makes my cycle that much harder to track..View Thread
this is me all the way right now. i'm 13 days late, but testing neg every 3 days. i'm wondering if i ovulated late, i felt like i was ovulating the day my period was SUPPOSED to start which would mean its period time right about now.. idk. i've been quite tired and my breasts have been really tender for about 2 weeks, yet i'm getting negatives. i'm scheduling an appt tomorrow but of course with a holiday week, i doubt i'll get in.
last month i was 6 days late but then my period hit pretty fiercely, so it could be that your cycle is just a little off this month.
i'm hoping for a false negative like i keep reading about online. i've read comments from TONS of women that didn't get a positive until 2 months in! wow, I hope that doesn't happen to us!
My cycles are starting to be quite strange too.. I'm currently 5 days late, should have been ovulating Oct 19-23 but this week my DR said it looked like I was ovulating now! Which would be day 27 of cycle. Whaaat? Got a BFN when tested and this is the 2nd month in a row that it happened. Is this anything similar to your experience?View Thread
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