If anyone could dispense some advice on my situation, it would be helpful beyond belief. My last period came on August 14th and I had unprotected sex on August 18th..My periods are very irregular and my periods never come at the same day of the month. I am a vegetarian and also anemic, so my period always comes 5,7, sometimes 10 days early due to unbalanced nutition. Today is Sept 18 and still nothing.. its now 35 days since my last menstural cycle. I took a pg test a few days ago but it was negative, went to urgent care and they also did a urine pg test that came out negative. I am completely nauseous, have had bad cramps for the last two weeks and ALOT of white discharge. If anyone could help me and give me some peace of mind it would be greatly appreciated!
Two negative test results can be trusted. Early pregnancy does not cause cramping like that. The stress of the situation makes the nausea worse, or it may be causing it in the first place. You don't say what your digestive system has been doing, but if you're constipated, that can cause a lot of pain. The discharge may be a yeast infection. Yeast infections do not always cause itching. Try adding some acidophilous to your diet via yogurt or even a tablet.
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