Hi any help appreciated :(
Have read countless other advices out there but can't pin point my issue.
I'm 23, average cycle approx 34days.
Unsure when I ovulate :S.
Not trying to conceive.
I'm 13 days late. With no symptoms other than light acne. I usually have acne, slightly tender breasts and light cramps and get a little sick and moody the night before.
Have done a HPT on 9 days late and 12 days late. Both negative. Always use protection, however not for the first few of minutes. I understand precum may be a possibility however unlikely. Have been with partner for 5 years never missed period. (Please look at other alternatives before stating this is the reason!)
Last activity (with protection) was 9 days ago..
I have an assumption but not sure if this is possible?
3 days ago being approx a week after last "activity" I had a mild sharp cramp on my right ovary only lasted a few seconds followed by very light cramping in general abdomen area. Which never returned.
The next day I checked out my cervical goo and found that there was not alot of goo and wasn't texture was a tacky diluted egg white which didnt hold its stretchiness, what ever was left there was a very very very pale brown colour and two tiny very very faint dots of blood in the goo about half a rice grain each. I thought I might get my period later but I didn't.
I've read small dots of blood occur during implantation which would mean maybe a sperm lived and got fertilised over the last week if I'm a late ovulate (can you ovulate 2 weeks after period was due or is that waaay too late?)
However! As a predominant pain came from my right ovary I don't know what this all means? Doesn't pain from a single ovary usually signify an egg releasing during ovulation? If it was implantation bleeding, why did one ovary get a sharp pain (which was followed by very mild short lived cramps).
Maybe I completely missed my period seeing that's its been 2 weeks, and that pain was my ovulation?
When should I take another HPT?
What are your opinions?
I'm really a lot more stressed then I sound :(
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