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1 am 24 years old, I am 2 weeks late, I have been having pregnancy symptoms. Back pain, light cramping, headaches, dizzy, nauseous, tired, etc. today I got up at work and felt like a gush thought I started so I went to bathroom to check, I hadn't started but my underwear was wet like I had peed, but I didn't. I have had two negative preg tests, any ideas what might be wrong with me?
I got a BFN with my first daughter at 6 weeks. Didn't get a positive till I was 8 weeks along! By then I had felt like I had cancer for over a month.
I'm in a similar boat now. I tested at what I thought was 14 days past ovulation, or 3 days late for me, and got a negative. I thought I saw something, but looked later and it was negative. So I figured my O day was wrong. Moved it. Now I'm one day late, and still getting signs off and on that I might be pregnant. I only took that one test. Might be time to see if the second test is the charm.
Do you track ovulation, or do you track the number of days in your cycle?
Well, you can get symptoms during your TWW. The progestrone released by your luteal cyst after ovulation can do it I was told. If you don't track ovulation, you might have just had a weird cycle where you o late. I used to get delayed ovulation from atuff like a few hours of extreme happiness. Watching a comedian or having a party...
It is normal to ovulate within a five day period. Mine is typically on cycle day 16-21, mostly cd 17. My luteal phase is 11 days so I have on average a 28 day cycle. Now your luteal phase does not change, but your ovulation can vary greatly so you might not be late yet. Wait a week and test again if AF doesn't show. I hope you get the outcome you want.