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Not sure what I should do or not
pocha1 posted:
So, I am 30 yrs. old I have had a couple of dr.'s tell me I more than likely will never have children. But me and my husband having been trying. I have always had my period every 28 days like clockwork since I was a child. Jan.22 I had started my period until the 27th. Well I have this app on my phone that predicts my cycle. Per it I am 4 days later. Which I usually am 1 or 2 days earlier then the calendar. So. I took a test around 2am this morning by trying to force myself which I barely had enough pee for the test. The test came out negative. I am not sure if I should retake it again today. I have been noxious, sleeping alot, peeing all the time, and my left hip hurts at the joint. I am scared that I might be going through early menopause not being pregnant
tlkittycat1968 responded:
My first reply didn't show so I apologize in advance if this shows up twice.

I'd wait a few days before taking another test. Then, I'd drink a small glass of water before going to bed and then when you wake up to pee, test then.
pocha1 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
thanks, I just tried again it came out negative. I also did a menopause one that shows I am normal. So I am trying to get some sleep for 4 hours to see if that will work and retest.

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