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11 days late on my period.

By Anonymous June 13, 2010 - 3:02am
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I'm 11 days late on my period and i'm usually on time i have had some stress but it's all over now and i still haven't started. I'm trying to pregnant, i have had more gas than usual and i did have some cramps last week but still no discharge that you generally get before your period. I was going to wait until i was 14 days late before i take a test. My breast are not tender or anything and i haven't noticed any signs that i noticed with other two kids.

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well i took a test and it came back negative and i still have not started. I'm going to call my obgyn tomorrow and see whats going on.

June 13, 2010 - 10:32pm

If you are trying to conceive and are having regular, unprotected intercourse, then it is a possibility that you are pregnant. The other possibility is that your period may just be late! I wish I could tell you with certainty that you are/are not pregnant, but the only way to know is to take a home pregnancy test.

Some women do not have any symptoms, either before they know they are pregnant or before their period begins.

You can either take the test now, that you have missed your period, or take it in another 3 days (if you an wait until your "14 day" time frame). There is no reason not to take it now, as pregnancy tests are up to 99% reliable at detecting any "pregnancy hormones" once you have missed your period.

Good luck...and let us know what the results say!!

June 13, 2010 - 6:30am
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