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4 days late repeated BFN no signs of AF or Preg ...

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Jc23071994 Thu 21-Jan-16 11:43:42

Hi all.. Im now 4 days late for AF due on Sunday 17th... I have no signs of pregnancy an no signs of my AF arriving .. Usually suffer from really tender breasts running up to my AF (usually 4-5) days before and constant backache that worsens right up untill my AF arrives.. My boobs have been fine i had a smear of brown discharge in my underwear yesterday morning and nothing since ..( sorry if tmi) smile i have also suffered from cramps in my back but they keep coming and going and are no were near as bad as my usual AF back pains... I took a clearblue test monday NEG result ... I have done a repeat test also today also negative!! Wondering whether anyone else has had this problem but had successfully concieved or whether i may just be really late (usually always ontime regular 30 day cycle) any advice on anyones previous experiences with pregnancies.. With baby number #1 i cant remember any symptoms or signs so abit confused... Thanks ?grin

Jc23071994 Thu 21-Jan-16 11:47:43

Also forgot to mention i have had niggly pains around my abdomen for a few days

Epilepsyhelp Thu 21-Jan-16 19:09:50

Try a FRER as they're much more sensitive.

DartmoorDoughnut Thu 21-Jan-16 19:11:02

Superdrug tests are the most sensitive we've found, good luck!

Jc23071994 Thu 21-Jan-16 19:33:42

FRER ? Are these the early response tests .. An thankyou for the advice il do that first thing grin fx xx

10storeylovesong Thu 21-Jan-16 21:39:55

I'm currently 4 days late and getting negatives on anything other than first response tests. I did a urine test at Drs which is negative so they've referred me for blood tests. It's so hard not knowing though, isn't it?

Jc23071994 Fri 22-Jan-16 08:25:07

Really hard GL for you babydust tk you xxx

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