I normally have a 3-5 day cycle monthly and on time. Well i had my period Sept 27, 2012 then Oct 18 then Nov 11 and I bled til the 26th. I took a hpt on the 27th and it came out positive. I then took another one a week later and it was negative. It is now Jan 29, 2013 and still no cycle. I took another hpt 2 wks ago and it was also negative. I have a lil nausea but no vomiting no major symptoms but some weight gain.. if im not preg what could b another reason this is goin on? Someone plz help!!!!
I bled from nov 11 to nov 26th and took the test on the 27th... a wk later i took anothr one and it was neg so i took it as i was miscarrying but since nov 26th i have NOT bled at all.. my lil period app i have, it says im supposed to start tomorrow jan 30.
okay... i think you should closely watch your cycles... the dates that you have mentioned doesn't look on time as you say.... i mean your cycle days are very drastic... i think you should consult a doctor to regularize your periods....
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