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Im 22 I had a period September 28th to October 2nd and turned around and had another period October 23rd to October 28th. Here it is November 28th and yet I haven't gotten a period. I had sex once on November 1st and it the pull out method

By November 28, 2015 - 3:12pm
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A month ago I started doing 100 sit ups a day. My breast are just a tad tender. I also have a little cramping here and there and that my period is about come "smell". I've been a little stress as well

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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
A normal period can be anywhere between 21-35 days a part. So it seemed like you had 2 periods in one month but they actually occurred within the normal time frame.
It is not likely you are pregnant, because you were not ovulating when you had sex on Nov 1st.
Having late or missed periods is common and usually nothing to worry about. Increase in exercise can cause irregularities, and also stress. Since you have some PMS symptoms, you may get your period soon.

November 28, 2015 - 11:22pm
(reply to fchacon)

Hey its December 3rd and I still haven't gotten a period. I have been feeling sick and threw up twice. I don't know what's going on

December 3, 2015 - 11:39am
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So, first of all, you should not assume that feeling sick or vomiting is necessarily related to your missed period. Treat your symptoms as if you have the flu.
Most doctors immediately prescribe birth control to regulate your periods. But keep in mind that it is not necessary to have a period unless you wish to become pregnant. If you have severe symptoms however (such as unbearable cramping without bleeding) you need to see a gynecologist to get a pap smear.


December 5, 2015 - 11:55am
(reply to fchacon)

Is there a chance I could be pregnant from the sexual intercourse that happened even with the pull out method? I just don't understand I'm not feeling myself I feel bloated and also like I said queasy

December 6, 2015 - 9:58pm
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