i do not have any obvious pregnancy signs, besides extremely tire All the time< but that could just be because i've been staying up really late for the past week. my diet is way off, i hardly eat not because i dont want to but because i don't have time or the money for it. i have been extremely stressed out lately, i was recently in a car accident about 3 weeks ago and i was traumatized from it. and besides all this i have not had my period for 38 days...? i have not taken a pregnancy test yet, i don't know when would be a good time, should i wait one more week before testing? or just take it tomarro? the first day of my last period was Oct 27... my period lasts for 6 days wich is normal for me, but now its Nov 3 and i have had no spotting or period, just lots of white watery discharge. I also have a yeast infection, idk if that could make my period not come. HELP!?
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