Advanced search

Am I or aren't I?

(5 Posts)
SpadesOfGlory Wed 11-Oct-17 12:38:04

I'm going mad with a very late fairly convinced I'm pregnant but not even a hint of a line on a test! Currently on cd35 (usually about 28-30 days) and have had low down cramps and mild shooting pains pretty constantly for the past 2 weeks, as well as increasing amounts of creamy CM and a high cervix. For the past week ive had super sensitive nipples but no changes to the breasts themselves. I had 3 days of brown spotting on CD 17-19 which I thought could have been implantation bleeding (pretty sure I O'd a few days before that.

What are the chances a pregnancy still wouldn't be picked up on a hpt at this stage? FRER yesterday was BFN.

physicskate Wed 11-Oct-17 18:18:42

The chances of bfn at 20 dpo on an frer is reasonably remote, unfortunately. You can google all the exact stats by googling ‘pregnancy result by brand’.

It might be you ovulated later than you thought, about when the sore nips started.

Late ovulation is very common.

SpadesOfGlory Wed 11-Oct-17 18:46:13

Thanks physics

I need to just give up this month I think. Could be just a random annovulatory cycle, but I just wish AF would come so I can get focussed on next month... sigh.

SpadesOfGlory Thu 19-Oct-17 14:54:21

Just to update...AF arrived last night with no warning at all! 6 weeks since last AF started so I guess it's still my cycles settling.

Ah well, on to another month TTC smile

user1493497283 Thu 19-Oct-17 16:32:06

Ah Spades I am the same!
Currently on day 43 of my cycle and still no AF and BFN on the 3 tests that I have done including one yesterday! No symptoms as such apart from faint nausea (Think it is just in my head though), weeing a lot and feeling tired. I had some brown discharge (sorry TMI) 11 days after my predicted ovulation....
Any advice anyone?

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, watch threads, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now »

Already registered? Log in with: