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Nesswalk Thu 02-May-13 17:36:36

Looking for advice, I am currently 4 days late and absolutely no sign of AF, usually get really sore breasts/nipples for about ten days prior to AF but nothing at all this month. Cheapie hpt test from amazon are all negative plan to test tomorrow morning with a clearblue digital but because cheapie test are negative I think I've convinced myself it will also be negative.

I had the implant out in November, could this be my body still getting back to normal, since it was removed cycles have been 32, 31 and 28 days, am currently on day 35.

Has anyone else been in similar situation

Nesswalk Thu 02-May-13 17:43:31

Sorry meant to also have been having cramping/pressure feelings and also been light headed almost daily.

willitbe Thu 02-May-13 20:47:45

If the amazon tests are negative, then you will be wasting money testing with the clearblue digital I think, they are less sensitive than the amazon ones!

It is most likely that your body is still settling down from the implant being removed. Frustrating but it happens. I would suggest testing again in a couple of days with the amazon tests again. I hope you get your positive soon.

SaggyOldClothCatPuss Fri 03-May-13 00:58:04

Lots of people including me getting this this month. My theory is that on a very basic level, the sudden change in temperature and light levels now spring has sprung are fritzing with everyones hormone levels. I managed 8 days late with several BFNs before AF hit with a vengeance! sad

Nesswalk Sun 05-May-13 00:05:24

So infuriating isn't it. Now 7 days late and no sign of AF confused

Nesswalk Thu 16-May-13 21:08:57

Ok so now 18 days late and still no sign of AF. Still getting crampy sensations and light headed but tests are negative. Been doing some research and wandering if I'm one the rare ones who don't get a positive until 8 weeks or so. I know I'm probably deluding myself, but I can't help hoping. hmm

I need sense knocked into me

SaggyOldClothCatPuss Thu 16-May-13 21:15:39

I would go to the GP and ask for a blood test. A beta HCg test will detect even miniscule amounts of the pregnancy hormone.

Nesswalk Thu 16-May-13 21:31:31

Are gp's generally quite good at agreeing to a blood test or are they likely to send me away for a few more weeks? I know only one way to find out I suppose!

SaggyOldClothCatPuss Thu 16-May-13 22:10:13

I think they are all different. Mine was fairly free with them. It won't hurt to ask.

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