Hi, I am about 3 or 4 days late on my period, and all I am getting is this thickish white mucus stuff. I had sex about 3 days before I was supposed to start, which was dumb, i know. I am cramping a little, and have major freaking mood swings. However, I think my roommate is having the same problem, we are on about the same cycle. I'm also stressed with school and stuff. could i just be super stressed out and reflecting my roommates period problems?
How are you? Aside from pregnancy, delayed periods may be caused by a variety of issues such as stress, illness, or hormonal changes. To rule out pregnancy, you can check with serum HCG at this time. The chance of conception increases if you were ovulating the time of contact. Otherwise, there is nothing to be worried about. Take care and do keep us posted.
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