Hi all, So, about 2/3 weeks ago is when I last had sex, I know it was over 2 weeks ago but not sure if over 3 weeks ago. We used a condom, for both this time and the times before that, and as far as I know, we used them perfectly each time. Anyway, my period was due around the 14th/16th, however it did not come and I'm now about 5 days late. I took a test on the 14th, negative, and the 19th, also negative. I have been extremely worried, stressed, and anxious as of the 14th, due to pregnancy paranoia.
The dates of my period start dates in the past are as follows: october 2013 - 6th november 2013 - 2nd november 2013 - 30th january 2014 - 1st january 2014 - 25th febuary 2014 - 26th march 2014 - 24th april 2014 - 23rd may 2014 - 20th june 2014 - 16th
As you can see, a while back, my periods were somewhat irregular, however lately they seem to be pretty predictable, give or take a few days.
...So my question is, could I may well still be pregnant even after correct contraception, 2 negative tests (which were both carried out correctly), and no signs of pregnancy?
And if not, what is the cause of my delayed period?! Seriously going crazy over here, I can't eat, can't sleep...
Sorry for the long message, but responses would be SO GREATLY appreciated!
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