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Last period was mid February and its april

My last peiord was around the tenth of February i was not on any birth control since i was not regularly having sex but recived the nuva ring a week or two later from my GYN. It instructed that for the first time you use the ring it should be used on the first day of your next period,well it is april14th and i have not gotten it yet. i have taken two diffrent brands of home pregnacy test that have both come up negative but there is no sign of my period.  since having sex regularly i have noticed more of a discharge and slight odor which i figured was normal and did not alarm me especially since doucing solved the problem. But now since my last period the discharge seems to be more discharge and it is getting thicker and more like mucus usually cloudy looking or clear with the same odor. i have also begun to itch a llittle more but i figured that was due to all the moisture. should i make a gyn appointment and get a blood test? could this be a minor yeast infection? would that have an effect on my cycle?

There was a time when i began regularly having sex in january (before the peirod i had in february) that i took the morning after pill which i think may have made my period a little late...could that still be effecting my cycle?  
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my gues would be it was the morning after pill, because its so full of hormones and its like a bunch of birthcontrol pills, also because you tested and you got negative hpts.   i would still contact your doctor and see just incase you do have yeast
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I would definitely make an appointment.  Things just dont sound right, and you want to make sure everything is ok.  Maybe your are pg and tests just cant pick up on it. Get yourself checked. You will feel better. Good luck to you.
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