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Old 10-19-2009, 05:12 PM   #1
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Question Not sure what to think....neg test but still late.

We are not TTC, but thought that I would put this in here. I got my last period on September 11, and since I had the H1N1 followed by pneumonia. Today is the first day I have felt 'normal'.
But I am soooo late! My cycles are 30-31 days. Pretty spot on.

I also had some spotting on CDs 11-13....I have never had that happen before.

Took a test on Thursday and it was negative. But no period...still.

Has sickness ever done this to you??

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if you're sick, you may not ovulate, and your period (for most) will come (typically) 13 to 14 days AFTER ovulation occures. So if you typically ovulate on day 14, you'd start on day 28ish...but in sickness around ovulation, your body may not ovulate to protect a potential pregnancy...hope that helps, if not, wait a week and test again.
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if you're sick, you may not ovulate, and your period (for most) will come (typically) 13 to 14 days AFTER ovulation occures. So if you typically ovulate on day 14, you'd start on day 28ish...but in sickness around ovulation, your body may not ovulate to protect a potential pregnancy...hope that helps, if not, wait a week and test again.
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