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Do you think i am pregnant?!

(4 Posts)
Iusedtobecarmen Fri 09-Sep-16 14:01:14

Anyone give me some quick thoughts on this?!!
Im 45 . Have 4dc. Have regular periods. Usually 28/29 day cycle. Occasionally 30 days. Have always been the same throughout my reproductive years. No changes.
Have been half ttc in the sence id like another baby but not actively ttc. Not using contraception,take folic acid. Check when i ovulate -which is usually day 14 ish.
Not had much sex lately due to being busy and opposite work patterns etc.
Anyway,period due Mon(day28). Had usual symptoms of period. Some abdo and back pain but i dont get really bad pains to be fair.
I gave my period up to wed (day 30) and no period. So yesterday (d31) i did a test on the off chance which was neg. Still no period.
With my other pregnancies the test was pos on day period due. Never had a neg and then a pos ifswim.
What do you think?do you think its my age(hope not!).

Iusedtobecarmen Mon 12-Sep-16 09:53:58

I didnt get any response to this!but just in case anyone does read today i still havent come on period.
Did another test this morning and neg.
Im confused!
Still got periody sort of symptoms(vague)

CuriosityDoor Mon 12-Sep-16 12:43:49

I think the only thing you can do is keep taking tests each day. If still no definitive answer, either test or period wise, maybe make an appointment with your doctor and see if they can offer you any answers.

Early pregnancy can feel like the start of a period so maybe you just have a shy baby! I hope you get the answer you're hoping for!

Iusedtobecarmen Mon 12-Sep-16 12:59:42

Thanks. Ive just never had anything like this before!only time ive ever had late period is when pregnant. But then its always shown up pos on a test!

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