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    Default Can I be hopeful?

    I was wondering if people have any stories that don't get bfp on urine tests?

    I was due for AF on Wednesday and it never came.. Since I was 13 I've never had a late period give or take one day either side.. On Friday I went to the loo and wiped the smallest amount of dark brown dried blood, it was not AF.AF has still not arrived today, however I am getting bfn on Internet tests

    I am having light cramping, I'm extremely tired and my breasts hurt (unusual for me). Is it possible I could be utd and still be getting bfn??

    How long do you normally wait til going to the doctors??

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    After stalking these pages for a few days and reading on the internet, I've seen that some ladies don't get their BFP until a couple of weeks into their pregnancy. Maybe just wait another few days or a week?

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    I would try a first response test tomorrow, good luck

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    Haha so impatient!

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    I'm in a very similar situation,
    My period is 10 days late.

    Using FR and clear blue digital tests all I am getting is BFN.

    My cycle length varies from 30-36 days, but today is CD41 and nothing.

    No period, no positive test results I am too scared to go to doctor because I don't want there to be something wrong with me.

    We have been TTC for 2 years, 1 m/c 13 months ago.

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    One of my friends was TTC for #2, she "felt" she was pregnant but got bfn and AF. She kept testing after but tests came up bfn. She didn't find out until nearly 8 weeks in (when 2nd AF "showed up"- but light and she ended up convincing her doc to give her a blood test)

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    I am in the same boat I am a week late for Af, but getting bfn. I didn't get a bfp with my dd until I was 6 weeks along and that was with a first response so it does happen. I have my fingers crossed but trying not to get to excited. If AF still hasn't showed up in a week I will go and see the doc. Fingers crossed for you ladies

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    How much longer until I should go to the doctors?
    10 days is a long time really... As I said, I am just sooo scared of not being pregnant and having a serious health issue.

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    I was worrying the same mystical mummy!

    Having people in the same situation makes me feel better, fx for us

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    U r not alone Sammy.

    I am just so anxious and scared.
    I am trying so hard to not entertain the idea that I might be pregnant as I am really not in the head space for the let down of a BFN and possible health issue causing af to be so late.


 

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