We´ve been ttc for over a year and I staryed using an ovultion kit which was positive on the 18th of this month. I have 32 day cycles and took a pregnancy test 13dpo and was bfn.. My period was due yesterday or today at the latest and nothing. I had cramping a few days after ovulation up until a few days ago. My breasts hurt a bit on and off and I notice a small increase in smell. When should I test again? I really dont want another bfn has anyone tested neg and then had a positive a few days later?
I would go ahead and take one again. Sometimes the FSH doesn't show up strong until your missed period. You can get really cheap pregnancy tests at the dollar store, so no worries going through a few for piece of mind. My opinion.
Unfortunately AF came around yesterday... I?m so tired of this, every month going through the same thing only to get depressed. I?m done charting, temping etc. It?s been too long and I?m giving it a break. Thanks for the help.
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