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Is something wrong? Am I pregnant? No period for 69 days?

By Anonymous June 3, 2015 - 3:38pm
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Hey, i'm 18 years old and for the longest I was scared I was pregnant because my period was late and after taking two cheap test that came back negative (morning), I went to the clinic a few weeks later (morning) and it was a faint positive. I then took two EPT test and it came back negative the same day. Two days later after the faint positive, I went back to the clinic (afternoon) and re-test (afternoon- negative result) because I didn't think I was pregnant, my boyfriend never came when he was with me and we have never had sex. Just hj, bj, and fingering and we were careful because I know about the risk of precm- I took a test two days ago in the morning and it came back negative again, so I am convinced I am not pregnant. My last period ended on March 26 and it is normal to have irregular periods because I do extreme training running track, and in May I suddenly stopped exercising completely when the season ended (the season started in Nov.). My period has been off for 69 days now and I don't have any symptoms besides I get horny and my boobs seemed to grow ig (doesn't look like it to me but they seem fuller). Could something be wrong? Am I pregnant?

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HERWriter Guide

Hi Anon

Thanks for your post. Thank you also for giving us some good details, that really helps! 

I think you have answered many of your own questions! 

Extreme training can indeed cause irregular periods and since you've never had intercourse and your tests are negative, you can likely rule that out. 

But you haven't had a period in two months so I do think it's a good idea to have a check up - a simple blood test can check your hormones to make sure you're not imbalanced. 



June 4, 2015 - 4:15pm
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