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No sign of period... one day late?? Please HELP.
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No sign of period... one day late?? Please HELP.

So my period should have started yesterday but... it didnt. I dont have any cramps or anything. I do have a little discharge. (its white in color) About a week ago I did have really bad cramping.
My last period was on 07/09/2008 and my cycles are 34 days. I am trying to get pregnant...
Tell me what yall think?!
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563773 tn?1374250139
Hello,

Delaying of the periods just by one day does not mean that you can be pregnant. If your menses are delayed more than 10 days beyond the due date, with previous periods being regular and you have been sexually active, there is a very good chance of you having become pregnant. Other signs of pregnancy include feeling sick, or vomiting in the morning; fullness, prickling sensations and heaviness in breasts; feeling like urinating more often; feeling unusually tired and lethargic and increased vaginal discharge.

In pregnancy, the growing tissues of the new conception (early fetus) secrete a special hormone into your body called ‘human Chorionic Gonadotrophin’ (HCG). This enters your blood as early as one week following fertilisation.You can do home urine for pregnancy test after 1 week of your due periods date.Confirmation of pregnancy is done by ultrasonography or serum beta HCG.

Hope it helped. Take care and regards.

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552173 tn?1282606890
Thank you!!
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It's worth mentioning that stress and several other lifestyle changes can make your period a little irregular.
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