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Missed period

By Anonymous June 10, 2017 - 2:53pm
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I normally have a 30 day cycle. On april 19, my partner and i did naked humping but no fluids released near my vagina. I got my period May 2, which was 4 days delayed. But it was the heaviest flow I have had in years.

On may 20, we were safer. We didn't take off our clothes when we were humping. When it was time for his release, he went away from me, but I still don't have my period up to now. I have two questions:

1) Since I am usually on a 30 day cycle, but changed in May 2. Does this mean I am now a 34 day cycle?

2) If I follow 30 days- I am now 9 days late.
If I flow 34 days- I am now 6 days late.
I took a home pregnancy kit yesterday, and it came back negative. I have white discharge. I thought i already have my period but when I checked, still white discharge. No other symptoms.

Am I really at risk? People are telling me I should stop obsessing that's why I still don't have my period.

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Hello, Anon.

Thank you for your message today.

Menstrual cycles are not always exact every month. Normal cycles can range from 21-35 days - 28 being the average. It does not matter how many days late you are, you didn't have sexual intercourse so you are not pregnant. You cannot get pregnant from dry humping with clothes on. Your friends are correct in that stress is likely why your period is delayed. Educate yourself about sex and you won't be worried about these kinds of things. The EmpowHER site has lots of information on sex101 topics and sexual health.


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