During the week of Christmas I had a really really bad sinus infection and took a z-pack to try and help. I still have a cough from it which has been a little over a month now.
Also on Dec 23 my fiance had sex (unprotected and he came inside me and please don't tell me whether this is right or wrong cause I know the risks involved)
I was suppose to have my period on the 6th of Jan (but I have been 2 days late every month so that might mean I was suppose to start on the 8th) but I still have not had my period. Some cramping and bloating. And when I wipe I have some light brown discharge
(Sorry computer shut down on me and I didn't get to finish my post.
Or it's a yellowish white discharge. I don't know if that means my period is about to come but I'm not sure. I can feel my cervix when I insert a finger inside (sorry tmi). My breasts are slightly sore and my nipples are sore and tender. And no I have no taken a pregnancy test yet.
So can a bad illness or the z-pack delay your period that long?
Or is it more that I'm pregnant?
Any help or advice, maybe personal experience I would appreciate it!
Thank you so very much and I'll keep you updated.
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