I posted a bit earlier in the emergency section about my period being late, alot of clear secretions... and I was wondering again, my last period was about february 5th-11th days of the month, and I'm guessing my period SHOULD of been here last week if it was to be on schedule... the real question is, how irregular could it possibly get? I took a pregnancy test on saturday and it came out negative-was it too soon? what should I do if my period does not come any time this week of march 12th-18th? take another pregnancy test? could my period show up even by the end of this month??
Believe me, it can get pretty irregular. I was as regular as can be for five years and then was two weeks late for one and almost completely missed another period. You may just skip this period altogether ... It's hard to say.
It was not too early (judging by the first day of a missed period) to take that pregnancy test; the results should be accurate. When was your last risk? If you find your period doesn't come this week, by all means, take another test. It certainly cannot hurt.
Really though, i think you need to relax. It sounds like your period is just taking it's sweet time this month.
Oooh! I cant help but say that this exact same thing happened to me this month (but not with the pregancy thing)....and then I realised, February only has 29 days so technically its not late!!! And if it is then its probably because you're worrying about it...I get that too but then as soon as you relax and forget about it, they'll start as normal. Trust me, relax and it should come on its own! :-)
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