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What are the reasons why you miss your period except for pregnancy?

By September 3, 2012 - 7:42am
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Hi! Im glad to have found this site. Im just so worried and curious at the same time and needs an expert advice. Fist of all, Im 20 and NOT TTC. I had my fertile (eggwhite-like) discharge for three days 2 weeks ago and Im supposed to have my period 5 days ago (today is my 37th day) . I have been charting my periods for the past year and I have approximately 29-39 days on my cycle. Mostly I usually get my periods around 30th-32nd day and RARELY get as long as 35 or longer. I had my PMS (bloating, tender boobs-- the terrible cramps would just start hours before my period would start) started 3 days after I get the eggwhite discharge and now my boobs dont hurt anymore, like Im about to start my period except that im not cramping. BTW, I had an oral and some rubbing of my bf's penis to my very opening of my vagina a 2 days after I last had the most fertile discharge and had sex (never came in me) a week after. Is there ANY possibility I could get pregnant from those????


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Hi misteryosa

Thanks for your post!

Anytime there is genital to genital contact, pregnancy is a risk although it would appear that your risk is very low.

For other reasons for missing periods, click here for the Guide's reply to this question: http://www.empowher.com/community/ask/no-period-female-more-2-months-fen...



September 3, 2012 - 10:36am
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