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Old 08-01-12, 11:15 PM
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OK, so I have a question and I would greatly appreciate it if anyone could help me... Ok, so my menstrual cycle ranges from 33 to 35 days and my last MP was on July 2nd and I'm 100% I was ovulating on the 20th and 21st and it's already the 1st of August and I havent gotten my MP. Ive been feeling kinda wired lately, I've been having headaches almost every day, been cramping, and other symptoms... Am I pregnant? Or could I be pregnant? I took a pregnancy test on the 30th of July came out negetive... What for you all think... I want to be pregnant, if anyone had an answer that could help me I'll appreciate it! Thanx Lots....
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Old 08-02-12, 02:46 PM
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There is still hope. If you ovulated on 20-21 you were only 10-11 days post ovulation so that's still early. I would retest in the morning since by Friday you would be 14-15 days past which would be more accurate. Good luck! :-)
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Old 08-02-12, 07:42 PM
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Yea, I'm going to test in the morning and hopefully it's positive! Thank u... :-)
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Old 08-03-12, 03:21 PM
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to The Baby Corner. If you ovulated on July 21st, then today (Friday 8/3) is 13 days past ovulation. You should be able to use an early result test and get a fairly accurate result. For the best result, you should wait until your period is "late" and test then.

Have you tested yet this morning? Remember that it is best to use your "first morning urine" because it is the most highly concentrated urine, being held more than 5 hours overnight.


 
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Old 08-03-12, 08:58 PM
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:'( I tested this morning and it was negative! And my menstrual came...
 
Oh Well try next time...than for the help...
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