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Is B-complex delaying my af - bfn at dpo9&11 af due on dpo9 (cd31)

I have tested on dpo9 and dpo11 but both bfn :( Af was due 2 days ago (dpo 9 which would have been cd31) my cycle is usually 29 days, but last cycle was 31 and this one so far I'm on day 33.  I have been cramping like crazy for a few days so was just waiting for af to start, but nothing as yet and have been very very tired.  Don't have any pregnancy symptoms like sore breasts (which is what made me realise I was pregnant last time).  

Going a bit crazy with this waiting game and just wondering if taking B-complex for the last 2 cycles is just extending my cycle for a better luteal phase? Has anyone had the same issue? Is it worth me still keeping my hopes up for a bfp?
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I will find it very strange that the B complex had anything to do with this. It would be worth testing again in my opinion!!!!!!

When I was pregnant with both my boys, I had such horrible cramps at the beginning I swore my period was coming any day!

I  hope you get your answers soon and better yet a BFP!
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Thanks its just seems too coincidental that since i started taking the b-complex my whole cycle is out  inc ovulation day, cycle length, af due date.  Anyway on 12 dpo (uk time) so will leave it a couple of days before i hpt again been very sad today and can't face another bfn just yet.  so here's hoping
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