I really need help. My last period was July 19th and I have not had my period yet this month. I am 11 days late. I have not spotted or have any discharge. But I do have fatigue, nausea, and I'm bloated, I have a runny nose sometimes, heartburn, I gained some weight , and i have cramps every now and then .But I took a pregnancy test this morning and it was negative. I don't know what's going on. Or if it's to early to test or my HCG level is low or I'm just not pregnant. What do you all think? I'm so confused...
Hi Sammy, I experienced the similar thing last month. My periods were 10 days over and it was the first time that they were over. Sometimes when we stress about them then that delays our period too. Check another week or so and then head to a doctors. Ta :)
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