My periods are messed up. I didnt bleed for 8 weeks during june and july, then i bled for 16 days. 3 weeks later i bled for another week. I'm trying to track my cycles now and on cd 26 i started getting the usual period like cramps which i usually get 2 days before... i am now on cd 30 and no sign on my period. No more cramps, but i have started feeling sick, extreamly tired, very water cm and a few more unusual feelings. I took a pregnancy test on friday (monday now) and it came back negative. do you think it would be worth taking another one or just leave it and see whats happening
It may be worth seeing a doctor. They can do a blood test which is more reliable and also look into other possibilities for being out of sync. There are many possible causes, so I think it is worth getting checked over.
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