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My girlfriend and I have not had sex and she says her period is almost a week late. She plays sports, seems to have a recent change in diet and is always stressed. Still her being late worries me even though we didn't have sex. Any help?
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Gumdrop Girl
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well, you've got the signs all there, she's doing a lot ot her body to delay her period. but if you wanna clear things up once and for all, you can always get her to take a home preg. test. the peace of mind never hurts The test will be effective because she's already missed her scheduled period.

Correlation does not equal causation.

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