My period was due the nov.1st. Its still hasnt came yet, My husband and I are trying to conceive, and I've tracked all my ovulation days and had Intercourse on those said days. My breast are tender to the touch, certain smells churn my stomach, and I've been discharging a white slimy mucus for 2 weeks now. Also on the 2nd of nov. I took 2 hpt and they both was negitive. Today is day five without a period and I have been discharging a pinkish tinted mucus. But i cant see it in my underwear just when I wipe. So Am I pregnant??? Plz someone let me know If I'm just nuts or prego!
I was going to say the same thing! But good luck! Hopefully your test shows , first morning urine has the highest amount of HCG so definitely do it then . And I'm one of those not so lucky ones that takes forever to show up on home urine tests that tlkittycat1968 mentioned so dont get discouraged if that may happen to you as well. If you still dont get your period, and if it shows up negative, than you can always go get blood work done as well. Hope this helps!
Me (24), DF (26), DSS (5), DD (2), DD (1). Very happy and lucky with my little family!
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