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Trying to conceive. Late periods. How long should I wait to take pregnancy test?

hi there, i am 33 years old and have been trying to conceive for the last 3 months nothin has happened. But this month i was meant to have my period on the 22nd of jan and yet havenot started i am 9 days late. i have taken a pregnacy test about 5 days ago and that was negative. How long shall i wait to do another test? also i have booked to see my gp can only get appt for the 11/02. i have had some symptoms but am not sure if its pschological like tender brest still, the urge that i am gonna be on, heighten smell early last week but not now also i was very very tired initially. I dont know what to do? please can you advise me the right route as im getting really confused when googling my symtons
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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First thing here is to rule out pregnancy.Take the test if your are delayed by 2 weeks at least.By the 11th,take another test.If its negative then you should take that appointment with your doctor to find out the cause.
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