My period is 11 full days late and I’m usually like clockwork down to the exact day. I haven’t been late one day in well over a year and a half, but even then it was never more then 4 days. I’ve had none of my usual period symptoms at all and feel perfectly fine.
I took a pregnancy test today (First Response) and was given a negative. I really wasn’t all that convinced I was pregnant since we always used protection but as my period became later and later, I had to at least test to make sure.
Now that I received a negative when it should have had no issue being accurate, I’m wondering if this means something could be wrong. Nothing in my life has changed recently, I haven’t lost or gained any weight, no new exercise, no stress, no new medications, no travel in over a year and I haven’t been sick at all since January. I’ve had my period for 10 years so it’s well regulated. I’m out of ideas of what could have delayed my period.
Should I be concerned about my period not showing up and no clear reason for it? Should I still consider pregnancy an option even though it’s so unlikely with a negative test result? I’m still waiting for my new health insurance to kick in, so I can’t just run to the doctor for random testing.
Ideas and advice besides seeing a doctor would be the best.
Your answer is pointless if you don’t actually read the title and body. Both clearly state I took a test and it was negative.
Thanks for nothing.