Originally Posted by DanaMarie
I am trying to figure out if I could possibly be pregnant and just don't know it. I have a period that is more than two months late; coupled with W/D that wasn't perfect around normal ovulation time. Two urine tests have come back negative and I don't have any major sypmtoms just mild nausea and some cramping all around not just one particular side.
Someone told me I could still be pregnant and just have low HcG so thats why I am not feeling any strong symptoms. Has this been the case for anyone? Does anyone have a clue of any other reason my period could be so late( CD1 was Dec 13)? I have never missed a period other than my pregnancies. Also I am nursing 2yr old and that has picked up at nite a bit but I am assuming she can't be nursing more than when i was tandem nursings and I never missed periods then.
Thanx for any input
Short answer - yes, this is the case for me and it is absolutely possible.
Don't know if this is what you want to hear, but I flunk urine tests like it's nobody's business. My son had to be confirmed by ultrasound - ultrasound! - after flunking multiple home tests and being told a blood test showed hormones so low, I couldn't be pregnant. Link to the full story here if you are interested.
If it makes you feel any better, I am in the same boat again. I had a normal period beginning 12/31, and then one day of bleeding when my next period was due (ps. I ALWAYS have implantation bleeding too - fun fun.). So now, I'm four days late for feb's period, and I've flunked about 6 home tests and a blood test.
But like you, I am never late. Soooooo... yeah, I probably need an ultrasound to know for sure.
The only other thing is, I was not nursing when I got PG with my son, and I'm not nursing now. So I have no advice on the conceiving while nursing question.
Hope you get it resolved. Or, realistically, you'll begin to show soon enough, and then you'll know!