i had sex and the condom broke. i took the morning after pill & my period came when it was expected. a week later i took a shower with my bf & we messed around but didnt have sex. i was paranoid about it & took another morning after pill. i missed my period on june 26 & now its july 27 & still havent had my period. i took a HPT and came out negative... when should i expect my period?
the weird thing is that on june a couple days before my period, i had symtpoms as if i was about to start my periodd. i started to have back cramps but they were minor ones and i was a bit moody. then i had alot of vaginal discharge that was white..
then now in july the vaginal disharge showed less an less
May require a blood test to determine results, and if you were going to see your GYN anyway, we would encourage a pap, pelvic, and blood test to be sure since you're sexually active. (This would be for everyone, even married couples) ;)
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