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user1482332820 Wed 21-Dec-16 15:13:31

Haven't had af in two months. I'm usually regular. Took two hpt both bfn

Hippychic79 Wed 21-Dec-16 15:15:49

I would see a doctor and ask for a blood test just to be on the safe side x

user1482332820 Wed 21-Dec-16 15:50:21

Is there a good time to take a hpt

Hippychic79 Wed 21-Dec-16 15:58:30

first wee of the day is the best and from what i've learnt on here the Early Response tests are pretty good.... but I'm TTC #1 so no expert. Sorry xxx

MouseLove Wed 21-Dec-16 18:19:35

You would certainly get a line by now if you were pregnant. I don't think you're pregnant but having a very long weird cycle. Are you coming off any birth control?

user1482332820 Wed 21-Dec-16 18:31:42

No birth control in over 1 year.

Newtoday Wed 21-Dec-16 19:40:22

Are you temping?

user1482332820 Wed 21-Dec-16 19:45:59

I'm not temping, I've been getting cramps like at is coming and then doesn't show I've also been feeling nauseous and sometimes get lightheaded through the day.

MouseLove Wed 21-Dec-16 19:49:53

What kind of HPT have you taken? A FRER or a clear blue?

user1482332820 Wed 21-Dec-16 20:23:15

I have now taken 2 sainsburys own hpt and a clear blue one. Not sure if frer it's all a bit confusing.

SofiePendragon Wed 21-Dec-16 20:52:12

I'm in the same position - CD76 here and multiple bfns. I saw my doctor last week and he recommended just doing an hpt every week and has arranged bloods and a scan as we've been trying for 16 months. I think folic acid gives me slight tummy cramps and makes me feel a bit sick which sometimes gets my hopes up.

I don't agree with a pp that you can't be pregnant - it can take 3 weeks post conception for a hpt to be positive and if you've continued dtd regularly you could have ovulated late and conceived so it is worth checking an hpt weekly until you get a positive or af arrives.

user1482332820 Wed 21-Dec-16 21:04:46

Thankyou I can't get appointment until after New Year now so I'll just have to wait and see.

MouseLove Thu 22-Dec-16 08:32:20

A FRER is a first response early response test. And the clear blue you should try is the digital one that says 'pregnant' or 'not pregnant' as that would give you a definite answer. Good luck!!

user1482332820 Fri 23-Dec-16 18:07:24

I've been out and bought a frer today will check in the morning if still no af.

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