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worrytoomuch
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My Last bleeding started on the 10 of august and ended on the 16. i took a hpt on the 11 of sept and it was negative. I'm on day 45 of my cycle how many days late should I let it go for before being concerned?
Should i take another test? Worried it was a false neg because my hands were shaking and I didn't get the full 5 seconds the test had to be in the stream of urine for.

For about a week I had sore nipples which is weird because usually my whole breast hurts before a period. Is it out of the ordinary for only nipples to be sore and not the whole breast?

That pain has stopped now but still no bleeding. Also a few days ago I had a bad breakout on my chin and now my skin is fine.

At this point I'm not feeling any abdominal cramping or sore breasts which I usually have. And my discharge is white. No spotting

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Robin Lee
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If it would put your mind at ease to take another test, then you certainly can do so whenever you wish to.

None of the physical symptoms you're describing here indicate that anything is amiss, though, as always, if you're feeling uncomfortable or unwell, seeing a healthcare provider would be in order.

After how many days does your period usually arrive, or does it vary from cycle to cycle?

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Molias
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Hi worrytoomuch,

If I recall correctly, you mentioned in an earlier post that you often have late or skipped periods. Even if you have had regular cycles for a while, it doesn't seem too unusual for you to be a little late. If you're concerned about your irregular cycles in general you could talk to a doctor about them, but your situation right now doesn't seem like cause for concern.

If you think taking another pregnancy test will help you put your mind at ease you could certainly do so; however, if you haven't done anything that puts you at risk for pregnancy then there's not really a reason to take the test. If you're confused about what is and isn't a risk, I know we've linked you that information in your earlier posts here. =)

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worrytoomuch
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According to the info you have linked me I'm getting:

there isn't a cause of concern because my partners one layer of underwear is enough and pre ejaculate isn't present in enough quantity to really soak through and mix with my fluids. One layer prevents direct contact and absorbs fluid and blocks sperms if there was even any in the pre ejaculate.

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I worry about way too much

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Molias
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That's correct.
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