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I am 15 years old and have had my period since I was 12. From febuary to April I started my period on the 25th. Then in May I started 2 days late on the 27th. The in June I never did start. I have given my boyfriend handjobs where he has ejaculated. I was really worried that I might have been pregnant, so I took a pregnancy test (e.p.t) in the middle of July and it came back negative. Now it is towards the end of july and I have been feeling naseated in which I was also naseated in June. I have been having my cramps this month and some syptoms that I normally get before I start but I had those in June and never startes. Please Help! Thank you to anyone who replies.
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[ 03-27-2006, 10:05 PM: Message edited by: psycho1187 ]

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Some women experience some cycle irregularity from time to time.

Taking a pregnancy test is a good idea. Tests are accurate 10-14 days after the last risk.

If you miss more than two or three periods, you may want to make a visit to your doctor, just to make sure there's nothing else going on.

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