Hi. I'm a mess. My first day of my last period was last February 7, 2012 and for the month of January is January 11, 2012. Then My bF and i have sex last Feb 26, we did it withdrawal. Im suppose to have my period last March 4, 2012 if you consider a 28 month cycle. I usually have a 27 to 33 days cycle. But until today, i dont have my period yet. Right now, i have occasionally, cramps and back pain, but very minimal compared to my last period. My breast is not that sore. Last March 3 to 6, i have no vaginal discharge, then yesterday until today, i have a creamy white discharge. I wanna know, is it possible that my period is just delayed or am i pregnant? please help me. i want to have a sound advice because i have no one to tell about this one. and im very worried.
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