I'm three weeks late for my period. I have regular cycles. I've got changes in my body but took home pregnancy test but came out negative. Ur opinion?

No ovulation. When a period is late but the pregnancy test is negative, it usually means that you didn't ovulate (since ovulation brings on a period in 14 days). Not ovulating can also bring on symptoms of pregnancy. Not ovulating is often caused by stress, but can be from other things. It may take care of itself. Otherwise see your doctor.

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