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Pregnancy or just thinking too much

By Anonymous January 28, 2017 - 9:44am
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Hi , two months ago me and my ex had protected sex and i still had my period after that and the following month but earlier 26/12 , i was suppose to have my period on the 28/1 but i still don't have it and before that i was suddenly very active on excersing and always going to the gym and eat healthy( no junk / fast food and no soft drink) but because school have started i stopped for awhile and started eating fast food and drinking soft drink is it because of the sudden change of diet and my stomach couldn't handle? And thus causing some weird feeling in my stomach? i have not tested yet , is there any chance i am pregnant?

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Hi , same person here , i took a test after one day of missed period and it is negative , 4 days later i still don't have period but slight cramp and today a small brown colour stuff on my panty liner and i don't know whats that

February 3, 2017 - 9:49am
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Brown discharge can happen before your period. Try to relax. Stress can cause your period to be late.


February 4, 2017 - 6:35am

Hello, Anon.

Thanks for your question.

If you had protected sex and two periods since that, it's very doubtful you are pregnant. A change in lifestyle and/or an abrupt change as you describe can cause a late period, yes. Try to relax and your period will come. Your period is not that late if it was due today, 1/28.


January 28, 2017 - 1:27pm
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