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Where is my period, is stress keeping it away or am i preggo? HELP!?!?

By June 8, 2010 - 7:17am
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Okay so im 19 and a few weeks ago my bf and I were fooling around but he never put it in me, but there is always a chance i guess that some of his stuff got in me. Anyways...a week later i noticed i started peeing more then usual and was having cravings, but i thought maybe it was just stress because my boyfriend and i bought our first apartment together that same week. Now we are moved in and i am getting more and more worried because my period is about 10 days late. (I normally stress though and my period is always irreular) the only thing different is that I am constipated, im peeing more still, and i have cramps, which i have heard mean my period is close, but it could also mean im pregnant. Ive taken 3 hpt's but all were negative. I normally get sore nipples before my period and i have those as well .my religious mother also found out im not a virgin and that has been stressful as well as being worried about being preggo. Could the stress be causing all of this? I don't have money to see a doctor and my mom would kill me if she found out im pregnant. If anyone has any advise, please please please respond and help me figure out what is going on here.

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nevermind i figured it out

June 10, 2010 - 7:23pm
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It would be great to hear what you figured out, as your question and subsequent answer could help other women!

June 10, 2010 - 8:21pm

I am confused, as you said your boyfriend "did not put it in me" (I assume you mean his penis), but then later you say that you are not a virgin?

When was your last period?
When did you have unprotected sex?
When were you expecting your next period?

If your period is 10 days late, and you took a home pregnancy test in the past few days, it is likely that the results are reliable. HPT are 99% effective at detecting any "pregnancy hormone" when taken after a missed period.

Can you give us some more concrete information, and we can provide better information.

June 8, 2010 - 7:27pm
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