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Hi,

Am 39. Have been trying for no. 2 for 6+ months now. AF usually 35 days on the dot. AFP late by 3 days. Swore it was coming from the major cramping at day 32. Have not been able to pinpoint exactly when I ovulate. 2 negative hpt - yesterday and today.

Don't feel pregnant. Could it still be possible and just too early?  Guess I just wait and see and test in another week.  If not then guess I'll have to see an obe.
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hi there,

i don't know what afp is but guessing it is your period?

if you are three days late for your period you can do a hpt now. there are a few that let you test before it is due.

i did my last hpt the day before my period was due. it worked fine. good luck to you!

i didn't feel pregnant/still don't but doc confirmed it. :)
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If indeed I am pregnant (no idea yet), I worked out that I must have conceived about a week ago - maybe the severe cramping I had at day 34 was implantation pain???  I have not been late like this ever!  Well except when I got pregnant with my daughter.

So,if indeed it was last week, I am still too early to show positive on a test.

Having stomach cramps, but nothing else, not quite like period cramps (but then I've also had problems with adhesions after surgery so maybe from that).......  still waiting for AF to make a show and she sure is being elusive.

Don't know whether to be excited or scared here.  Have to wait until I get some money (will be next week at least) so I can go to the Dr and see what, if anything is happening...





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