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My husband and I have been ttc for about 8 months now. Back in January, I missed my period. It returned about a week after it would have showed up in February, but my flow now alternates between being slightly heavier than normal or slightly lighter than normal. I've always had a regular period and flow with lots off tissue, and now it's mostly blood with little to no tissue. I've taken several hpts since my missed period, but they all come back negative. This would concern me except the past few months I've been extremely tired, nauseous for most of the day(eating helps most of the time, I've been more hungry than normal, and my boobs and stomach have grown although I haven't gained ANY weight. None of these are symptoms of my period, and hubby is also starting to tell me I'm starting to look prego. I know it's rare, but I've heard of women not showing positive on a hpt for months or still getting some form of a period. I have an appointment scheduled in a few weeks, but I was wondering if this has happened to anyone?
I have a friend that cannot get her HCG to show up on a test till she is like 6-8 weeks pregnant. That is how she found out both times she was pregnant but I think it is more common than most think it is
The heaviness of your period relies solely on the thickness of your lining. If you have a light period chances are your lining is not building up the way it should and makes implantation near impossible. I would ask about that when you go to your doctor because they can monitor your lining and follicle growth via ultrasound to see if estrace will help to thicken the lining. Sometimes something as simple as baby aspirin with doctor's protocol can work wonders. Thinking of you