I am on the birth control "notereal" or however you spell it, this is the 2nd month in a row ive missed my period, last month i took pregnancy test, it was negative, since i just started the pills last month i just figured it was the pills, and my body. now its today, i was suppose to start yesterday, and today i took another test, just to make sure, it was negative, but last weekend, on the 11-14, me and my fiance had a falling out, so that kinda stressed me out, and i had a bad cold those days, and i still have it, but not as bad, im not sure whats going on, but starting to worry, im thinking, if next month i also dont start, im gonna go to the doctor, but im not really sure what could be wrong, everything feels fine down there, i had a pap smear in january, i just dont know what it could be... help?
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