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An_254665 posted:
Alright, I am now 16 DPO (LMP was 11/28/13) was due for AF at 14 DPO. No spotting, no normal feelings or signs of her even showing up. Took home test and it said negative on 14 DPO. Havent taken another one yet, trying to wait to see if AF shows up or not first. Feeling nauseous, headaches, head cold, runny nose, insomnia, peeing quite a bit more, white/clear discharge, bloating terribly that hasn't went away for probably a month, mild cramping off and on, cravings and more. I'm never late with AF since I am on birth control and have a normal 30 day cycle. My second daughter was conceived with birth control as well, so just wanting to get opinions. With first daughter I didn't progress enough HCG to show up on tests till I was already 9-10 weeks along. Am I possibly pregnant, or is AF just going to be really late? BTW, I'm not under any type of stress.
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
You could be pregnant or just skipping a period. It's common to skip a period here and there while on birth control and not be pregnant (a regular poster had it happen to her 3 times). I wouldn't worry just yet but if you miss a second period and are still getting negative tests, see your doctor.


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