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FoxyJessica2002
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Hey this is "so worried" again lol. My last question didnt give me ANY of the answers I was hoping for but thanks for the help. My other question is.. if it is your first time having sex.. is it normal for your next period to be late? And how much later if so? I usually get mine on the 13th or the 18th of every month.. but today is the 17th and it isnt here. But my friend said after her first time it was 2 weeks past due. Well I was just wondering. thanks
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Lisa D
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Hey Foxy,

No, having sex will not influence when you have your period.

However, spending lots of time stressing about it might, as stress can be a major factor influencing Menses.


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