I'm on day 37, and I usually get my period around day 31, so I think I'm skipping my period. (I haven't had any risks since my last period, so I'm not concerned about that.) If I skip this one, will my next period come on time or will it be unpredictable?
I had a yeast infection and got treated right around when I should have ovulated which makes me think I didn't ovulate. A few days after that, I masturbated and then spotted the next day but I think that was because of roughness, not uterine bleeding. Should I be concerned about any of this? I haven't skipped a period in years, since they became regular. :/ My breasts still slightly hurt and my mood is a tad off, so could my period just be really late?
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A late period now and again isn't usually a cause for concern. And illness, such as a yeast infection, can put stress on the body and delay periods, so that may be the reason for what is going on.
There's no way for us to predict whether this period will still show, and whether your next period will be on time. You'll just have to wait and see.
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