Feel nauseous but test is negative(12 Posts)
I just wanted to ask your opinions
I've been feeling nauseous for about a week now and my period is due in 3 days, i've done some tests and they all came back negative.
I know that some poeple get this before period and read that you feel nauseous because of pregnancy hormones which i don't have as tests are all negative.(and i used the most sensitive tests)
So is it possible at all to feel nauseous before my hormone level rises or just imaginig it?
I got a false negative at 5.5 weeks. Re-tested at 8.5 weeks because I was still feeling so peculiar. Had some bleeding (prob just implantation) at roughly the right period time but much lighter than my normal periods, but enough to make me think I was dreaming that ttc had happened. Not sure what that tells you except to test again maybe!
I'm also nauseous but as I'm only 10 days post ov, I'm trying to hold off testing for the moment.
I guess its that frustrating time where we're all wondering if its in our heads!
hiya everyone i tested yesterday which was 9 days past ov for me and it came out negative too earlyto tell hun well for me anyways
i got one test left and due on by sat or a wweek after i can go upto 40 days or more
so im going to do my test sunday maybe
then one again next week maybe wed errrrrr
ihate this wait too
it pisses me off
and sumtimes this site helps and sumtimes it dont
imean with the 2 wweek wait as we get utight and think maybe we are pregnant etc
we should try and stay calm and fresh feelings
like not think bout it but then we are only human we are ganna think bout it still arnt we arghhhh
yesterday had bad backache really bad felt like sum1 had trod on my back and broke it arhh that was at 5pm till late till 1 in morning
went to bed feeling hungry even though had dinner and tea and biscuits b4 i went to bed
last month or month b4 i had backache that wernt so bad
but lasted a few hours thn af came 2 days later i have it written down in my diary
boobs been hurting from 5 days or 6 days after ov
but i suffer with my boobs through my period
as i dont think my hormone prolactol is working that weellll at the mo
as ive had blood taken for that
soim not sure if af comes
but prob will x
ood luck to everyone ttc x
I have a 25 day cycle and had negative tests on Day 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 ( I am referring to a spreadsheet here ) and a positive test on Day 13. Ds has just turned one! With dd, I tested positive on the day my period was due.
You are not daft, I was reading my obviously crap spreadsheet wrong, it's a bloody miracle I conceived.
Right, so, I actually got a BFN on Days 20, 24 of my cycle, when AF was due. I got the BFP on Day 26, when AF had not arrived.
This is interesting - my period was probably due on Weds (UCL 29-31). But no sign - and a negative test today, which I think is about 13/14 DPO (I got a smiley face on 23rd Dec (CD20), but don't know how longer after that it was when I OVd)
Did you get negatives every day till you were 16 DPO?
I'm wondering what is going on as I am now on CD 35, which is unheard of - longest cycle in past year was 32 days which was my first period after DD and BFing etc. For the last 10 months they have all been 29/30 days with a couple of 31 dayers.
I am wonder if actually something did happen but the pregnancy isn't viable and I can expect a slightly delayed period.
Although part of me hopes that I am pregnant and I just need to reach 16 DPO for a BFP!
ah, the joys!
just wanted to say that today i took a test again 12dpo on the high sensitivity one step preg test (10 mIU/ml) in fact i took 4 and all four had very faint lines on them so if it's true and we got pregnant, yes it is possible to feel nauseous before hormone level goes up.
I was only about 7dpo when i started feeling nauseous but all test came back negative
So i hope my lines get stronger and it really is a pregnancy
Good luck to all of us
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