I had a bladder infection about a week ago, was expecting my period on the 23rd, but it still hasn't come. I spotted a tiny bit while I had the bladder infection but nothing that showed up in my undies. I've been really tired lately, but I chalked that up to my hypothyroidism, which yes I'm on meds for. Was nauseous a few days ago and have been getting dizzy real easily..... I know what you're think, you're probly pregnant, right? Nope, don't think it's possible. Lol. My husband had a vasectomy about 6-7moths ago, went in to be "tested" make sure he had no little guys left. Which there were none. So we don't use any other protection, cuz well, ya, what better birth control than a vasectomy? So, I don't know If a bladder infection can mess up my period like that, or what. Before I had my kids, my periods were never normal, but after I had kids it's been pretty consistent. I'm only 23 so I know I'm not going thru menopause. I took a pregnancy test 5 days ago and it came back negative, I've never cheated on my husband, so I couldn't be pregnant by a different man...... I really hope someone has an idea of what's going on with me. If you have any clues, please fill me in :) thank you on advance.
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