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    5 days late, all negative tests
    aislinnrose posted:
    my cycle is always regular, 30 days.. no matter what. even when i was on birth control and after i got off it. ALWAYS 30 days.
    well, as of today i am 5 days late and i have been experiencing an array of symptoms.

    mild cramps in lower back and abdomen
    increased body temp
    vivid dreams
    protruding blue veins in chest
    enlarged and sore nipples, adorned with montgomery tubercles
    mood swings
    creamy, lotion like vaginal discharge
    and difficulty sleeping at night

    however, all of my pregnancy tests have come back negative. I went to the doctor and he said if i havent had my period by next friday to come back. could i still be pregnant or what? im so confused
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You may have just not ovulated and no ovulation usually means no period. Just because you've never missed a period in the past doesn't mean it can't/won't happen.
    kittykatjenn responded:
    I tested at 5 days late and it was negative. I ovulated late. You may have also. Test again in a few days...always first thing in the morning.

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