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    Default Late and going slightly mad!

    I am approximately two days late and normally have fairly regular 28 day cycles. My husband and I have been ttc. I have taken two pregnancy tests and they are negative.
    I ovulated quite late into my cycle so today I would be 12 DPO even though I am two days late.
    I have lower backache and cramping in tummy, which I have had on and off since O.
    Can anyone offer me some insight? x

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    If I were you I would wait a couple of days and retest. You will hopefully get your BFP but if not and still no AF go to the doctors for a blood test.

    Good luck!!

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    If you ovulated later then it is likely that your period may also be a little later than normal. But definitely try testing again in a few days.

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