So, my DF and I have been TTC since mid-December. I had my IUD removed December 14th (one or two days before AF was due). This delayed AF for two weeks. I'm back on a 31 day cycle - my last two periods were Dec 28th and Jan 28th start dates.
I know when I'm Ovulation as my temperature goes up to 99.5-99.8 and my nipples get really sore.
so, that happened around the 14th/15th of February and my DF and I did the baby dance
Well, now, AF was due yesterday. She's still not here. The weird thing is that I never got any PMS signs this month - which I always do... really sore boobs, cramps, and I just feel like overall horrible.
But, this month... nothing. No PMS at all. Now, I am feeling kind of "out of it" but not fatigued really. I keep getting this acidy feeling where I feel like I'm on the edge of being nauseaus but not really. and I'm getting these weird little cramps on the right side of my uterus... very very mild.
I took a test yesterday and it was negative.
Could I still be pregnant? AF is still not here and I'm not under any real stress.
Seriously it sounds like u r pregnant this time.... For some woman the test doesn't come positive even after I week later of the AF actually due... all the best... I am with u on the same boat, waiting to test... My AF due is March 7, and plan to take March 6..... I am having left side cramp, which I don't before period..... so I think that is a sign, good sign hopefully....... wish u all the best... waiting to hear ur result....
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