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Period is two months late but all pregnancy tests read negative

By Anonymous February 2, 2010 - 8:13pm
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I was supposed to get my period around December 27 and January 27, but both were missed. I've taken 3 pregnancy tests so far, the last one was sometime last week--and they've all read negative.
I wasn't too worried about the first month that I missed it because my eating/exercise/stress had fluctuated somewhat over December. As well I've had a little irregularity since I took Plan B back in October (in November I was expecting my period on the 20th and it came on the 27th.)

I'm getting worried that there's something wrong with my reproductive system if I'm not pregnant.

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Dear Anon,

All factors mentioned (eating/exercise/stress) can have a MAJOR effect on your period. How drastic were your changes in eating an exercise? Are you crash dieting?

Many times, for this very reason and others, it is not recommended to start a diet program without doctor supervision. If you have drastically changed your eating and exercising habits, I would recommend that you reduce the change, exercise a little less, eat a little more. Veggies, Fruits, meats are all a good way to start. Taking a vitamin also won't hurt. Remember that all bodies react differently to diet and exercise especially if your body is "shocked" by the sudden change.

If your period doesn't resume after this, then it may be time to pay the dr a visit.

February 3, 2010 - 6:29am
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