Off nuvaring for 2months now. Week late on period. Cramping for the past2weeks. Two negative pregnancy tests after missed period. Suggestions?

It takes time. It will likely take time for your menstrual cycle to normalize on its own. If you don't have a period after a month, you can take another test or go in to see a physician and have a test done. In the mean time, unless you are trying to get pregnant, use a back up method (condoms) for birth control or abstain from sex.

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2 weeks late, breasts are sore on the sides only, cramping 4 straight days before missed period, 2 negative pregnancy tests. Any idea what it could be

Hormonal imbalance. Menstrual irregularities are not uncommon and anovulatory cycle is a common cause. If you miss more than two periods it would be time to see your doctor. Consult this site for more information on this topic. http://www.nichd.nih.gov/health/topics/menstruation/conditioninfo/Pages/causes.aspx. Read more...

3 negative pregnancy tests over 23 days after sex and two weeks after missed period. Dr. urine test was neg also. Weird cramps tho, ectopic preg? : (

Blood test needed. If you have a concern for ectopic pregnancy and do not trust the negative results, then consider a MD visit and obtain a blood quantitative HCG test which will show how much pregnancy hormone is in your system if any. That is conclusive and will help rule in or out ectopic pregnancy. Read more...
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4 days missed period. Two negative pregnancy tests. Light cramps in morning only. Tender nipples. Been off BC for two months. What could this be?

Time will tell... It could be an early pregnancy or a skipped period. If no period starts in a week, see your gyn for a blood pregnancy test. If it is positive, congrats! If not, your doctor can discuss the situation in more detail and offer treatment options. Read more...
Timing. When was the last time you had intercourse? Most pregnancy tests at home take a couple weeks to become positive. So you could still be pregnant, and it could be too soon for them to pick up. Other possibilities - coming off of birth control makes your body try to re-regulate itself, so you could have weird periods for awhile. When in doubt, see your doctor. Good luck! Read more...