Well yesterday morning, woke up and had a bit of pinkish blood on the toilet paper. Thought....yes!!! Finally I had my period!
Then.............that was it....gone. Still nothing today.
Now I'm really confused. :
Originally Posted by VroomieMama
At home pregnancy test never works for me, unfortunately.
I was pregnant with my 1st daughter in dec 2001, and I took take home test and it was negative. Then a week later, I was in a car accident and went to ER and told the doctor, before you do anything, I think I might be pregnant and the hosptial took my bloodwork and I was pregnant-positive. I knew it that the take home test didn't work for me and I asked...
Well today is day 4 of no AF.
I'm going to test again tomorrow morning.
My symptoms are the same, today my breasts are itchy and still have discharge when squeezed. Lower back pain isn't as bad.
I have had two boys and I tested early with both of them. Have any of you noticed that being pregnant with a girl, it took longer to get a positive result?? Just curiouse!
Still no AF today. Anybody test negative the day their period was due and it was false?
I wonder why that would happen if it did, don't pregnancy tests pick up even the slightest amount of hormone?
I've already had two boys and that was going to be the extent of our family.
BUT....my gosh, I think I may be pregnant again!
Can you please tell me what you think re: symptoms:
Was due for period yesterday.
Two weeks with constant lower back ache.
Last week some spotting.
Noticed yesterday I have nipple discharge (creamy yellow and clear).
I haven't breastfed for almost 3 years, so the discharge is what is making me think I am (most of...
I've had two boys and with both of them I got a positive results 5+ days before my period.
I have a suspicion that I may be pregnant again. Period was due yesterday, had light spotting and today it's gone.
I've taken two tests prior and one today and all negative??
So my question is....for those who have had girls, did you have to wait longer to get a positive result i.e. after your period?