The stress of family problems can cause a delay in a period. On the other hand, if for some reason she ovulated late in her cycle, she could also be pregnant. The only way to know is to take a test.
Last month in February I got my period on the 19th, and it’s always on time, so I expected to have it on the 19th this month. I had unprotected sex on the 13th and 23rd, and I am now a week late on my period. I also have no symptoms of getting it like I usually do. I’ve taken two tests, and they both were negative. Could I be pregnant, but it's too early to tell?
I Hi, I had just finished my period and had sex the following three days more than five times and no protection. This was just 3-4 days before my ovulation dates. It’s been two weeks, and I have huge headaches, dizziness, and discomfort in my boobs once in an awhile. I also pee a lot - could I be pregnant? Can I really get pregnant after my period?
I felt pregnant after having sex during my ovulation. A day before my next period I started flowing heavy on the first day and light on the second day, and I have been testing negative before my period. Is it possible that am bleeding or is it implantation because it came with cramps on the first day? And what should I do?
I had unprotected sex on the last day of my period and again three days later (a few days before fertile period (using withdrawal method!). My period was due yesterday, and it hasn't come, for about the last week I have been exhausted, slight nausea, oily skin resulting in a breakout and I noticed this morning my breast are beginning to feel a bit tender (they usually feel sore the week before my period is due). Am I pregnant?
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