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Equinox09
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I slept with someone over two months ago and then two days after had my period. We used a condom at the time.. but its been two months since my last period.
I took two tests to check that it wasn't pregnancy and they both came back negative. I am unsure as to why it has been two months and not arrived
I may be worrying about nothing, but want some advice as to why this could be. I have been looking on Google for ideas and it says stress and weight can affect this but my weight hasn't changed and I don't think I'm overly stressed.
Any ideas?

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As you already know, your period is not missing due to pregnancy. You used protection, you have had a period since, and you have had two negative pregnancy tests.

I am going to link you to an article that explores some more reasons for missing periods: M.I.A or, Dude, Where's My Period?

Maybe something there sounds like the culprit? But it is also not uncommon for a period to go missing for no obvious reason, so even if you're not sure what is going on, one missing period is not usually a big deal.

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Patricia H
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Hey there, and welcome to Scarleteen.

Have you brought this up with your physician and/or gynecologist? We can't exactly tell you why you haven't had your period for two months, especially if you had protected intercourse and negative pregnancy tests to boot. It could be stress, it could be drastic weight change, it could be anything, really. But a quick check-in with your doctor or local health care provider might be able to provide you with more solid answers.

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Equinox09
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I'm only worried as its been just over two months, so in theory have missed two.
Thanks for the above. I shall have a read through and pray!

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