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2 + weeks late - neg. test results
Anon_125277 posted:
Im more than 2 weeks late and have tested a number of times...all came back negative...what else could be the issue?

Im making an appt to get blood drawn to test for pregnancy

thank you
jayrmay responded:
I am not sure but I think some women dont have the same level of hormones as others. It took my mother being a month late for the test to be positive. And she suffered from a number of issues because of low hormone levels, the first time she became pregnant she miscarried.
tlkittycat1968 responded:
It's also possible you didn't ovulate and usually no ovulation means no period. It's common and happens to most women at lease once during their reproductive years.
Proud mommy to PJ (5)
Anon_125277 responded:
started my period...i guess i was just late!

thx ladies!

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