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jparanoid
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My girlfriend has gotten her period 3 months consecutively but still hasn't gotten her period for this month and is around 2 weeks late. We haven't done anything sexual related for the past 3 months except for manual sex 3-4 months ago since we're in a long distance relationship. Could it be possible for her to be pregnant or would it just be a normal late period?
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Just a normal late period - which just happens sometimes, due to things like stress or changes in diet or exercise.
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Oh okay Thank you. So having a period means that she isn't pregnant?
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Yes, it does.
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Oh okay Thank you. So having a period means that she isn't pregnant?
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Is it odd that up until now she still hasn't gotten period? or it's something normal since we haven't done anything risk related at all. After the manual sex that we did 3 months ago (around April), we decided to stop all sexual activities since we're now long distance. Since then she has gotten a period on april, may, and june. getting her period on those months means she isn't pregnant?
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She's definitely not pregnant - manual sex doesn't even pose a risk of pregnancy. Sometimes periods are just late, or just flat out skip one - if she continued to not have her period for multiple months, that would be worth mentioning to a healthcare provider, but this isn't currently the case.
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Okay. Thank you for that. so i guess getting 3 periods in a row is a pretty good indicator that she isn't
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A pretty solid indicator, yep.
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