Late period but negative test

(129 Posts)
Jemma7 Mon 07-Apr-03 10:36:17

Have been trying for a baby for about 4 months - periods always regular - now 5 days late, 4 tests later and still negative results! Any suggestions anyone?

carolluvscats Fri 09-Aug-13 22:33:12

well ladies i have also had my period..... sad was so upset. just late as i am irregular coming off the pill....... i think i convinced myself that i was pregnant. wising all u ladies lots of luck, we will be trying again next month fingers xed xx

jzeekim Wed 25-Sep-13 20:45:43

Hi! I'm new to this site! I'm hoping someone could give me answers too. I'm experiencing the same situation as well atm. I'm now 2-3 days late and having period cramps and white discharge. I've also been having mood swings and have been craving foods. My boobs and nipples were also sore and have been on and off. But the cramps and lower back pain were obvious. I did a pregnancy test this afternoon, first response. However, i had a pee half an hour earlier with the urine i used to test so the urine was just a small amount. It was negative. Can someone explain to me what happened?

sheldor Thu 26-Sep-13 19:04:20

This post is from 2003

BeautifulBrunette Wed 03-Sep-14 02:41:12

I have been reading all of these posts and realize that the majority of folks who are having issues similar to mine have gotten their periods at the 40-50 day mark of being late.

I am 56 days late for my monthly. I have spent countless amounts of dollars on tests, gone to a couple of doctors and been tested and all of them said BFN.

I feel cramping in my lower abdomen, pain in my back, my breasts hurt to touch or bump anything, I have heartburn constantly, I feel nauseated easily, and I am going crazy with my moods.

The doctor said to wait another month and we will try at the 3 month mark, but after reading all of the posts in this thread I am starting to lose hope. Is anyone out there who has had a 50+ day cycle and found out they were pregnant? Or should I just consider this a lost cause?

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