Late period...

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  1. misskth

    misskth Well-Known Member

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    Hi all,

    I am posting I guess not to get any answers but to get it off my chest! I normally have a 27/28 day cycle and I am currently on day 31. I have had no sign of a period, no spotting or anything. I did a test this morning (Clearblue digital that tells you weeks) and it was negative. Perhaps I am just late this month? Should I test again in a few days time?
     
  2. Kitana

    Kitana Moderator

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    Have you been under some stress lately? Sometimes stress can affect your hormones and delay your ovulation or period. Have you been actively TTC?
     
  3. misskth

    misskth Well-Known Member

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    Hi, yes actively trying since September! I have had a very stressful month with work so that does seem the likely culprit! Thanks for the reply Kitana. x
     
  4. Kitana

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    It's hard not to symptom spot as soon as you're ttc! But you're not out til your AF shows up!! Good luck!:dust:
     
  5. Samantha90

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    I read that you can ovulate late in the month so your AF will be late too.
     
  6. JD.Deedee

    JD.Deedee Well-Known Member

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    Af comes no later than 14 days after ov. So if ov is late expect it to be due 2 weeks later.


     

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