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KayBlake Wed 12-Oct-16 16:40:14

So, due to having a cycle of only 25-26 days I get my period less than two weeks after ovulation. I track my cycle and I am always exactly with in the 25/26 days but now I an 3 days late but tests are saying negative. It could literally be 1 1/2 weeks pregnant so that could be why not showing up (using cheap poundland ones!) And im showing signs of beibg horminal but noo period. I also have this weird feeling in my belly i hvvent experienced before.

redjumper Wed 12-Oct-16 17:01:11

You could definitely be pregnant. The cheap tests are often not very sensitive. Maybe try an early detection test but you still might have to wait to day 28, I did and then my negative tests turned positive.

AuntieStella Wed 12-Oct-16 17:12:52

All you can do is keep testing for a bit longer.

And generally for all things about starting a pregnancy, there 's the Conception topic, where you'll find loads of very helpful posters who know a lot about cycles, test kits, early symptom spotting etc

fuzzywuzzy Wed 12-Oct-16 17:17:05

Do you know how long your luteal length is? My cycles are also 25/26 days but my luteal length is always 10 days, I always get an accurate hpt when I test ten days after ov.

Test again in another couple of days, good luck.

Nikki2ol6 Wed 12-Oct-16 17:17:33

I have 26 day cycles and ovulate on day 14 so get my period at 12dpo so always knew there was a chance it would still show negative by the time my period was due. I used super drug early and got a faint line at 7dpo. So yes you could be!

KayBlake Sat 15-Oct-16 09:48:48


I did a clear blue pregnancy test but it said not pregnant but my period is now an entire week late and I literally never have late periods

Rozdeek Sat 15-Oct-16 09:50:26

Were you tracking ovulation via your temperature change?

If not it's possible you ovulated late as temperature is the only reliable method of determining exactly when ovulation occurred.

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