You should take a test now. If your period is late, it's fine to take a test! For the most part, once you're late, the test will be 99% accurate.
That being said, yes, losing so much weight so quickly can absolutely delay or stop ovulation which would explain your late period.
Can I be with child if I began my period on the 10th of last month, and had sex on the 24th and 26th (which means I was ovulating on those days.) About a week or so after I started to have these pains in my lower stomach every day and also lower back, sometimes at the same time. I also started sleeping a lot. So I came on this month three days late, and my flow is heavy. Could I be pregnant, and when should I take a test?
I had sex last month, had my period for the month, and then a week later I was constipated, which never happens. Then today I was hungry when I cooked I was fine, but as I ate, I got nauseous and had to stop eating. Also been experiencing cramping. I am still waiting for this month's period. Could it just be ovulation?
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