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I have endometriosis and I have been told to come in every year for the surgery. My periods have been on a 32 day cycle for the last 2 months and before that i skipped for 12 weeks and suspected chemical pregnancy. My periods are usually very heavy and painful.

My husband and I had unprotected sex around my fertile window and i track my \'estimated ovulation\' with a calender. I usually ovulate around day 18 on my 32 day cycle.
I am currently on day 33 and still no period or sign or terrible cramps.
My boobs were very sore last week, I had nausea fr 2 nights and I was extremely tired. I got sick this week and I dont ever get sick so i thought that was weird. On day 27 I had cramping and i suspected my period but had nothing. I was due to start yesterday and I havent, I took a pregnancy test and it said negative. Today I have had light pink in my discharge and some dark brown spotting. No cramps. Should I wait and take another test ? How long should i wait?


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replied October 13th, 2018
Am I Pregnant Answer A64474
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and I understand your concern.
Pregnancy testing usually get positive just after missing the cycle, if you are pregnant.However,you can repeat it after two days if you have any doubt.Women with endometriosis are far less fertile and if you miss the cycle,think about the cause as endometriosis itself.
I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counseling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care


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