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14/16 Days DPO, AF 2 days late, neg preg test help!

Hello lovelies. I’m 26 years old, never been pregnant and my fiancé and I are TTC. 3 months in and this month we didn’t do any ovulation testing I just had a bit of pain around days 15 and 16, got a mildly dark ovulation test result so I was either coming out or going into ovulating. Well I have had period like type pain but duller for the last 4 days and AF is now 2 days late, but I’m getting negative tests. I’m so confused. My CM is milky white, there’s a lot and it’s stringy and slippery as. What the heck is going on if I’m getting negative tests but am late (I’m never late). Help!

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This sounds odd, but it actually works. Even if you’re not consciously analyzing each sniffle as a potential pregnancy sign, it may be lurking in the back of your brain. We pretend we’re not obsessing during the two week wait. But we’re working slower, we’re spacey, and we’re generally more anxious. One way to deal with this is to schedule 15 minutes, once or twice a day, to obsess about the two week wait, in whatever way you'd like. That might mean scouring your BBT chart for signs, or getting out your calendar and counting (for the tenth time) how many more days until you can take a pregnancy test. It might mean visiting online fertility forums to vent about your two week wait frustrations, or reading and commenting on fertility blogs. Whatever you do, though, schedule the time. You make a promise to yourself that you’re only going to be 'two-week-wait crazy' between 8:30 and 8:45 a.m., and 7:30 and 7:45 p.m., for example. It sounds like it wouldn’t work, but actually it can. So get your mind off either you are pregnant or not, have a life. Time will come when you will not have to guess.

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