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JustineLittle Tue 24-May-16 08:43:27

I'm three days late but my Boots tests are so faint that I find it hard to believe I could be pregnant. I had to wait for the faint line forever. Is it still too early to test? I don't know when I ovulated. My ovulation tests on days 13 and 14 were negative.
Thanks for any replies :-)

Junosmum Tue 24-May-16 08:57:13

Did the line come up in the time? It should be fine to test now. Get a pink line test such as a first response.

JustineLittle Tue 24-May-16 11:19:45

I did a digital ClearBlue and got positive 1-2 weeks. So happy!
Thank you for replying :-)

111Laura111 Tue 24-May-16 12:49:14

Hi all,
New here!
So - I'm probably being a bit neurotic, my logic tells me I'm not pregnant, but my body is telling me a different story!

For a good few weeks, I've been really tired (totally drained), and headachey virtually all the time (didn't even know headaches were a symptom until I was told!), with waves of nausea too . A friend of my husbands asked if was pregnant.
At the time I'd just finished my withdrawal bleed from my pill (microgynon - I've been on this for over 10 years - never any problems with it previously) - The bleed itself was relatively light, did start 1 or 2 days earlier than normal from memory. So I hadn't thought much too it. However, in the last week and a half, I've been incredibly bloated and gassy all day. I took a test last Thursday, but this was in the afternoon and was negative (and I'd been drinking water to make myself need to go!)
Meanwhile I still continue to get more symptoms. My morning protein shake makes me want to be sick, sometimes ridiculous hunger, sometimes completely off food, cramping, mood swingy - and then some of the more "intimate" symptoms.

In the words of R kelly, my mind is telling me no but my body is telling me yes. I know in theory if I was having these symptoms a test should show up positive. I won't be due another withdrawal bleed until around 6th June, so I don't really know whether to try doing another test first thing in the morning or to try and wait a couple of weeks and see if the symptoms subside, or I get my normal withdrawal bleed
Any advice?

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