Last edited by rainbowsandunicorns1; 29-12-2016 at 15:47.
It is possible - but it's strange your tests are coming back negative if you are actually 5 days late.
It's totally possible you had a longer than normal cycle. Are you using FRER tests, first thing in the morning?
Maybe test again tomorrow morning if nothing has changed.
I had an IB with my first pregnancy, but not this one. I too had average 25 day cycles but this cycle i ovulated late day 17/18, which tells me it was longer than normal. I waited for 2 full weeks after ovulation date to test.
They are the most accurate test available on the market, will give you a positive before other brands. It's also important to test first thing when you get out of bed, more concentrated urine etc.
I don't want to worry you, but it could be a chemical pregnancy ie you were pregnant but it didn't implant properly/stopped developing which would mean your hcg levels would drop and hence no positive test. But in that case AF will arrive shortly.
In any case if you haven't got it in a few days and you are still getting negative tests maybe a quick check up with GP? They prob won't take it seriously unless it's at least a few weeks late.
Best of luck!
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