I'm sorry you feel you haven't had any help or stories, but there have been many responses to your "brown spotting" thread 4 days ago. I was going to reply to you again, but you said your period had arrived and I didn't check after that I see that it might have been a false alarm though.
To clarify, the blood test you took a week after your fertile days was too early. Also the earliest you can test at home is two days before a missed period, and only with tests that say you can on the box. If you're 6 days late, then testing first thing in the morning should get you a good, strong result. Leave the test for the amount of time it says on the instructions, and don't move it before. You had a test that appeared positive at first (I noticed from another of your threads) because the dye passes from the result window (on the left) to the control window (on the right), if you move the test or it is leaning at an angle gravity causes some dye to leak back to the left creating an unclear result, streaks or a false positive.
The upshot is the same answers you got from your "brown spotting" thread really, I'm afraid. If you've had a negative test at point of missed period, it is unlikely you are pregnant. However, you can test again tomorrow to be sure. If you still aren't sure, you can visit your GP again for another blood test.
Wishing you good luck