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3 MONTHS LATE, not pregnant, why?

By Anonymous February 20, 2015 - 1:33pm
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The last time i had my period was on october 2014 and i had my period twice that month. And i havent had my period since then. Im 19. Me and my boyfriend have been safe so i doubt that im pregnant. I've had a history of always having late periods but this is the longest one. Having white discharges from time to time. Havent had the time to go for a checkup, hoping maybe i can find the answer on here.

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Hi Anon, 

Thank you for sharing your question with the EmpowHER community!

If you were a person who's menstrual cycle came regularly, it might be cause for concern, but since you have a history of having late periods, not so much.

It sounds like the white discharge isn't normal for you.  If that is the case, you should take note of the look, color and if there is any odor.  

Everything you described could "potentially" be a sign of some underlying condition.  But you can't know for sure unless you partner up with a medical professional about the changes you're experiencing.

Are you taking any prescription meds?  Or under an abnormal amount of stress?  The only way to know for sure what's creating the change, is to take 10 minutes and make the call to schedule an appointment.  

Take a deep breath and make time to for you.

I hope this helps.

Be well


February 20, 2015 - 4:09pm
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Anonymous (reply to S. Gillette-Palmer)

Yes i was told by a few friends who are nurses that it might be the cause of something. I always knew i was irregular ever since i started getting periods but since last year the delay had been getting longer and longer and i get periods more than once (1st week, 3rd week, and the week aftr the next) in a month sometimes which is starting to scare me. I guess i'll only know for sure when i go to the doctor. Thanks for your help!

February 20, 2015 - 5:29pm
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