Ever since i had my period it has always been irregular. I went to the GYN once and the doctor told me it was normal. That the only thing is that i might have problem having kids and that the pill will solve the problem. Simultaneously, my regular doctor had been persuading me to start taking contraceptive pills, but i denied. After a while i started to see a pattern in my period; i would have a normal period from about Sept-August until January-February, then i would not get my period for about three or four months and then get it again in June and July, sometimes miss July and/or August, and back again in September for the same cycle. Note these are my conclusions based on me keeping track of whether i get my period or not each month for the last two years.
I can not get a take home pregnancy test because i live with my family and no one knows i am sexually active(my mother is super conservative and believes in sex after marriage). I am over 18 and i can go to the doctor, though my insurance just expired.
I have also been reading about pregnancy symptoms which i don't seem to have any other than massive headaches every now and then and sometimes nausea (but that doesn't tell me anything). I also made another appointment for GYN but the nearest date is October, i also just submitted my insurance paperwork again and hopefully in three weeks it'll be back on.
I'm just really worried i might be pregnant and i would love to have any clue of what is going on with my body, though the circumstances make it really hard for me. I also can't go anywhere kind of alone since i have to drag my sister with me everywhere. Other than when i go to work, so i do not know what to do in terms of finding out if I'm pregnant or not. I'm really worried and i hope that me freaking out does not have me thinking i am pregnant and forcing symptoms on me.
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