Took several preg test and tehy were all negetive and still no period
i hvae been on birth control for three years straight me and my boyfriend use condoms always and this month once without one. i am no almost three weeks late and took three pregnancy test that were on the "higher end" and they were all negetive. i woke up one morninh extremly nauses and back pain, this was only one day and hasnt happened since. i really do not know what to do. this has happened before minus the nausea and back pain and my period came a month later. i do know if i should wait till this month is over or check with a doctor. im extremly nervous to check with a doctor because of my parents finding out. i was always so careful i want to know what is the best option right now.
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