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By Anonymous August 20, 2016 - 11:23pm
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Well my period is late. I really don't think I'm pregnant because i was only involved in manual sex and I really really doubt any Pre--ejaculate was on his hands.
I was just wondering whether thrush can affect your period? I've been getting irritation in my vagina and it feels like it's really warm. I have cottage white discharge and also pain in my pelvic area.

Frequent urinaton which has been happening for almost a year now anyway and sore breasts that happen always before my period. My Appetite is gone, I just really wanna stay in bed because of this so there's so fatigue too.. I know all these symptoms are pregnancy like BUT I cannot point it 100% towards that Coz I've been feeling like this pretty much all year and with my sore breasts they normally happen after ovulation...

The only reason for my period being MIA is either an infection or me being underweight.
Can these two factors be the reason why and do you advise me to take a hpt after a missed period and after how many days after will it be accurate?

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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
You are not pregnant because you did not have intercourse. You have symptoms of an infection so you need to see a gynecologist as soon as possible and get a pap smear.
You also may want to ask your doctor to test you for Endometriosis.
Below I have pasted a link that talks about uterine fibroids vs. endometriosis.


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