Hello, Last 3 periods I had were crazy. 28 days, 26 days, 30 days and now this one is 34 days..and waiting! Longest cycle ever! Last period was May 25th. I had to take a PG test at doctor on tuesday the 25th and it was negative. Today I feel nauseous plus symptoms of a period. Yesterday i had spotting and nothing...should I retake another test today? Anyone had or is going through something similiar? Thanks!
I haven't gone through odd cycle days, but I am not sure what's happening with me. I am not due to have my period for about 10 days yet, but I am having nausea and food aversions. I have had some abdominal cramping, but I thought it was related to my bowel movements, or lack of, at the time. We are TTC, but have only been for a very short time. Would anyone suggest possible pregnancy, or is this gastrointestinal??
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