I am two weeks late on my period and i have had 2 negative home pregnancy tests. What also concerns me is that i have been experiencing a dull pain and aching coming from my pelvic area and lower abdomen, especially during and after intercourse. i am also experiencing lower back pain and have noticed a white creamy discharge that has become more prevalent and frequent. it has little to no odor. What is going on
How are you? DO you still experience the symptoms that you mentioned? Aside from pregnancy, delayed periods may be caused by a variety of issues such as stress, illness, hormonal changes, gynecological conditions like infection. The presence of pain and discharge warrants further evaluation by your doctor to rule out infection. Direct clinical examination and a scan may also be done. Take care and do keep us posted.
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