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19 days late on period, could I possibly be pregnant?

By Anonymous August 21, 2016 - 7:52am
 
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Pretty much as the title says I'm 19 days late on my period, normally I'm pretty regular just off a couple days here and there. When I first started having my period and for a couple years after it was nothing for me to go a month without having one but it's since fixed itself. A couple of days before my period was due I had super light (didn't even need to use anything) spotting for like a day. Now I'm thinking it was maybe implantation bleeding? I can't remember the last time I had sex, but it was unprotected, my guy is fixed though. I took a test around when I was 4 days late that came back negative. I haven't really been anymore stressed then normal, I haven't changed any life style habits or anything. The only pregnancy symptoms I have are cramping in the lower abdominal area (feels like the cramps I get before I start), fatigue, and random spurts of nausea. What do you think is the cause? Could I be pregnant?

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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
Its unlikely you are pregnant considering that the guy was fixed and the pregnancy test was negative. Having a missed or irregular period does not indicate a problem. It can simply be from hormonal imbalances.
Other possible causes are listed at the link below.
http://www.empowher.com/menstrual-cycle/content/think-youre-pregnant-10-other-reasons-your-period-might-be-late
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August 21, 2016 - 9:47pm
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