In feb. I got my period as expected but it only lasted 3days instead of the usual 7days. The next month I had Unprotected sex 2 days and the day before I was expecting my period, but my period never came. I am now 3 weeks late (day 49 I usually get my period on day 28). For the past few days I've felt bloated, tender boobs, and mild cramps that come and go. I normally only get mild cramps right before the intense ones the first day of my period. I took 4 home preg. Tests but they all say negative. I should get my next period next week. Any ideas?
You could be pregnant... I would make an appt with your doctor if you don't get your period next week.... Some women spot every month during their pregnancy... But only a bold test will let you know for sure or an ultrasound... Good luck
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