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, I wonder if someone can help! Me and my partner are

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Hello, I wonder if someone can help! Me and my partner are trying for our 2 bs baby. We was having intercourse thought out my ovulation time and after. I am a week late in my period with 3 negative test. I have been having light cramps with some sore boobs but that's it. I am usually a 28 days cycle with my period and have never been late unless I have been pregnant. I am very worried and confused.
Thank you
Hormonal imbalance is the most common reason for this situation.
What is your question exactly?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
If it is possible that I could be pregnant? Like I said I have never missed a period and it's weird that this month it has just no turned up? Could I have ovulated later. I am worried if there could be something wrong with me coz I have always had a period! I cannot even plan for my next ovulation as I don know when it is due to no period!
Many thanks
Modern home tests are accurate as soon as your period is due.
A blood test is a definitive back up, but it sounds like you are not pregnant.
Missing a period can be from many reasons.
Stress and anxiety.
Thyroid problems.
Liver or kidney problems.
Hormone imbalances in the sex hormones or the adrenals.
Weight loss or gain.
Too much exercise or too little.
Ovarian problems or uterine problems.
This should be discussed with your doctor , but most commonly it is hormone fluctuation.
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