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pregnant or not??

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celebmum Sat 08-Jan-11 16:33:07

Hello everyone.. My period is over a week late (10days now), I'm usually pretty regular within a day or so.. I've done 2tests (early reading ones) and both neg results??

Only had a baby 9months ago! had a pulminory embolism so not the best pregnancy. and my MAT leave ends this weekend back at work monday so am a teensy bit wound up but not stressed exactly??

what do you think?? do i test again?? or see Doc? hmm


celebmum Sat 08-Jan-11 16:35:40

PS. I can no longer use pill or implant etc so just use condoms... (TMI sorry! smile )

VivaLeBeaver Sat 08-Jan-11 16:42:11

I think its unlikely if you've had 2 negatives. Could the stress of going back to work have messed your cycle up?

celebmum Sat 08-Jan-11 16:46:39

Hi viva.. like i said i'm not really that botherd abt going to work, its on my mind obviously but i'm not worried IYKWIM..? I've been more stressed out in the past and cycle not affected..

feel a bit daft going to docs thats all..

VivaLeBeaver Sat 08-Jan-11 16:48:04

I don't think it would be a daft thing to go to the Dr about, they can do a blood test.

ZhuZhuhell Sat 08-Jan-11 19:57:41

you could be pregnant. i have heard of people who get negatives early on but are pregnant. i am in the same position. i am going to give it a week and test again if no af. hope you get what you want.

kikibo Sat 08-Jan-11 20:13:50

It's not because you're not worried about going back to work per se that you are not stressed and mess up your cycle, though.

I have that sometimes. My cycle was messed up (two weeks early) at Christmas without any apparent reason apart from maybe seeing that everything was in order for my parents to come. Now I feel weird confused...

Test again in a while and then, maybe, go to doc if your period has still not arrived...

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