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missed period

By September 10, 2011 - 11:35am
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Me and my boyfriend have sex everyday we had been doing that since March well at the end of the month my period. Came on but in April it came on in the second week I think on the 15 the..in June it did not come on but on July 5 it came on and lasted 5 days..in August it did not come on and now we r in September and I'm still waiting I took a pt test it was negative..my boyfriend said he has been in relationships that lasted for years and they have not gotten pregnant.he do not think he can have kids because his ex had kids after they broke up..I have been cramping like my period is coming on for the past couple of weeks and sometimes feel nauseous after I eat sometimes or light head.wut could it be

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It has never been irregular like that until i started having sex with him andthe same month in march i had got a biopsy but they said everything was fine after that

September 10, 2011 - 12:36pm

Hi Beautiful87,

Have you gone to the doctor for your irregular periods? If you have tested for Pregnancy then chances are you are not pregnant. Unfortunately, since we are not doctors and your symptoms can be that of many things-- it would be a good time to get a complete physical exam done.

It may also be a good idea for your boyfriend to see a specialist to see if he can have kids (if you would like children in your future). Remember that just because you or his ex girlfriend haven't and didn't get pregnant, that's not enough to assume you can have unprotected sex without it being a possibility.

Good Luck,


September 10, 2011 - 11:48am
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