I've had unprotected ("Pull out" theory) sex about a week before my period was scheduled to start
I'm 3 days late on my period, this is so unusal because my period is like clockwork and it's never been late before, ever.
The passed week I'd say I've notice a large amount of clear/whitish discharge.
I took a pregnancy test and the results were invalid (it said negative on one window but no result on the other)
Yes I am very young, too young to be having sex and it was horrible judgement on my part. I'm a minor and don't know when I will be able to purchase another pregnancy test.
Any info. would help; am I pregnant? Any OTHER reason this is happening?!
Also: I read somewhere that stress could delay your period and I've been a nervous wreck since having the unprotected sex, any connection?
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