Thanks for your answer but it's not clear enough for me.
Since it is so common to skip an ovulation it would be likely that I have skipped one before and that I would have had these symptoms before, but I have never felt like this. I had a laparoscopy last August and everything looked perfect, had a full range of bloodtests in January and my thyroid function was good. Also my periods are extremely regular. So I'm not saying that I am pregnant but what's going on now is definitely not just a missed ovulation.
I didn't get a bloodtest, just a urinetest.
If the bleeding from cycleday 23 to 26 would have been implantationbleeding isn't it possible that my Hcg levels in my urine on cycleday 37 just are not high enough to detect a precnancy without it being a miscarriage?
If there was a miscarriage shouldn't there have been tissue or at least the lining of the womb in the blood? It was just blood and no cloths or tissue at all and about half the amount of a normal period.
Should I wait another week to get a bloodtest done or get a referral for a ob or should I just wait a couple more weeks to see if my period starts again?
10 days after implantation, the HCG levels would always be high enough to cause a positive pregnancy test in a normal pregnancy. With a very early miscarriage, there may not be any tissue visible in the bleeding. However, there will usually be more bleeding than in a normal period. To be 100% sure that you're not pregnant, you could have a blood test for HCG. However, I'm almost positive that it will be negative. It may not be common for you to skip ovulation, and perhaps this is the first time. It is common for women your age. Your periods are usually very regular, but this one is not. That suggests that maybe you haven't skipped ovulation before this. I would recommend that you get a referral to an OB doctor, who can figure it all out, make sure you're not pregnant, and help you in planning a pregnancy in the future. You could wait to see when your period comes again, but you don't have very much time to lose if you wish to become pregnant.