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Negative pregnancy tests at 13dpo?


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March 16th, 2013, 09:27 AM
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I know that it is possible to be pregnant, but I want to know if this has ever happened to anyone else... Af is due tomorrow but I tested yesterday and it was negative, however this nausea and abdominal pressure/cramping is weird... I'm not sure what to think. Please advice is welcomed...
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March 16th, 2013, 10:09 AM
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My AF is due tomorrow as well - I'm not sure I have any advice for you. But, I am fairly certain I could be pregnant…. and I haven't gotten a positive test yet. I've heard it depends on the length of your luteal phase….. but I don't know much about that either.

FX that the stays away and you get your …. GL sweetie. Keep us posted!!!
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