1. The Internet doesn't know whether I'm pregnant.
2. If there were any consistently indicative symptoms, any at all, then there would be something quantifiable somewhere in the body, and medical science would have figured out how to exploit that to test earlier.
3. I am taking drugs that make me feel pregnant.
4. I am taking drugs that have fooled me EVERY SINGLE TIME. (Well, except once.)
5. Ordinary people have no symptoms at this point.
6. Most of the possible symptoms are things than can easily be brought on by, say, anxiety.
7. Plausible probability: 35 to 45 percent, said Dr. D., after January's failure but before June's cancellation. So let's move down from there. That puts me waaaaaaay below 50 percent.
I'm not entirely sure whether I'll get my blood taken tomorrow morning or not. It was a day late both times before--Cornell does 11dp3dt, unless that's on a weekend, and it was---and I teach a lot on Wednesday, not at all on Thursday.
But, who am I kidding. I can turn my phone off, I might leave it at home with Beaker...