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Calliegrace
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My period is now two months late (8 weeks missing) what could be the cause of this ? I didn't have a pregnancy risk since I was fingered (May have had Precum on his fingers but highly doubt it) so what could be the reason for my period missing for two months? Is this something that is normal? I took a pregnacy test and it came out negative also
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Edith_*
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We already have had this conversation with you Calliegrace, there is no way we can tell you why you are missing a period.

Like Robin said before in your other thread, you can always seek help from a health care provider IN person. [Smile]

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Heather
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Do you know where to go for this healthcare, Callie? If not, there are some great reproductive healthcare and sexual healthcare providers in the L.A. area. Would be happy to help you find one within reach of you.

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Calliegrace
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Yes thank you for that! But if there's no need to go to a doctor for this I sure don't want to! They gynecologist seems very scary to me ..
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A healthcare provider really is the best person to see about something like this, even if it might seem a bit scary. What is it about seeing a gynecologist that scares you?

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Calliegrace
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What they would do at a check-up !
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Going to a gynecologist sure can be scary - especially the first time - but it is something important to do once in a while.

I think this link could be helpful to you:

Your first Gynecologist Visit

I'd also say that, even when we recommend to visit a health care provider, it is always up to you. Going to a doctor is always a choice, but it is YOUR choice. [Smile]

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Thank you for the article but it makes me Even more scared to go now ): I'm really worried about this ... Should I trust the pregnancy test ? I am trying to talk my mom into taking me to the gynecologist but she seems like she doesn't want me to go ):
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Heather
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She doesn't need to take you, you can go on your own. You have the legal right, and if you're in L.A., you have access to public transit if you need it.

We need to stop conversation about the pregnancy test and pregnancy with you as a thing, okay? Pregnancy tests are over 99% reliable, but again, if you aren't trusting these things, your next step is a healthcare provider. It's your choice to take that next step or not, but the alternative isn't talking this to death, if you get me. [Smile]

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Yes I understand, thank you so much for all of your help!(:
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Btw, one great option that may be within reach for you is this clinic: http://www.teen411.com/

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That says it's in California right ? I'm sorry I don't live in that LA , I was talking about lousiana LA(: sorry for that !!
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Heather
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Didn't know you had a Los Angeles in Louisiana, sorry for *my* error! Want me to look in your state for you?

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Yes please ! And sorry about that! Lol
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Why don't you leave or email us a zip code so we can know what's likely to be nearby, and we're happy to do that. [Smile]

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How exactly do I send it in an email?(:
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You can hit the button "Contact Us" that is at the bottom of the page [Smile]

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I've been on depo shots since July 2011. But during the 2012 year I was getting them but I was late on a few...my last shot was April 2013 I had a period in August and it's been 2months after and I haven't spotted or anything and I've had unprotected sex could I be pregnant?
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Kea I already answered your question in the other thread, and this is a section only for Staff and Volunteers, if you want you can start a new thread with your own question and we'll be happy to talk to you there.

Also, this is the third time you post the same question. Posting like this is not going to get you faster answers, so we need you to be patient with us and stick to one thread. [Smile]

Thank you [Smile]

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I tried to email it but it told me I had an answer wrong ,
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