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Late Period

By December 28, 2011 - 3:09pm
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Hi there
I have been worrying about this for days now!! Since August this year I've been having irregular periods,I think the last time had had it was just about at the end of October into the beginning of November,it is now almost the end of December and still no period!! I have never used any type of contraceptives what so ever,me and my finace do how ever play around a lot, but I am still not sure if I am still a 'virgin' or not, as he has never penetrated completely inside of me but has gone in with he's tip of he's penis,he does how ever rub a cream to he's penis to help with penetration even though its just he's tip.We don't do this often at all only when we feel like it and thats like every once or twice a month,I also have this yellowish discharge from my virgina which is common for me but latley it happeneds a lot, I feel bloated, and hungry and have all these zits popping out on my face!!!

There is just to much problems!!

Please help !


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Having irregular periods can make it difficult to know if you are pregnant based on a missed or late period, only.

Depending on your definition of being a virgin, you are no longer a virgin once you have had sexual intercourse. Your fiance has put his penis, even if it is just the tip, into your vagina.

Sperm can still enter your vagina and fertilize an egg which leads to pregnancy.

The best way to know if you are pregnant is to take a home pregancy test. With an early home pregnancy test (check the package label), you can test as early as 6 to 8 days after conception.

You may consider using a form of birth control regularly. Taking an oral contraceptive (birth control pills) can eliminate worrying about an unwanted pregnancy and help regulate your periods.


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