I've asked some of the women in my life who are mothers for their opinions on this and I think I ought to ask you ladies too, seeing as we're all in the same IF boat here. Ok, I am 7 days late. I took a HPT on Friday and got a BFN. I was accepting it and dealing with it. I called my GYN and she called some provera in for me. When I mentioned this to my supervisor at work, she told me that her daughter had several BFN before a blood test gave her a BFP. This got me to thinking but I didn't really change my mind. Then I spoke to my mother today and told her about the whole thing. She in turn told me when I go for a regular appointment on Wed to get them to run a blood test before I start any other medicines just to be sure. Turns out, she went through the same thing while pregnant with my sister. I'm pretty certain that I'm not PG, but I wouldn't want to make a mistake and end up hurting a child I didn't know I had. My gut says I'm not pg, and I feel like if my period would just start already I can begin to heal and get ready for our next try. I don't want to hold out hope that it'll be any different. I'm just confused all around. What do you ladies think??
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