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missed periods

havent had my period on 50 days . but urine and blood test coming back negative?
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im only 19 but i think im pretty wise for my years. Um my first question is are your periods regular siince the first day you ever started a menustration. My second kinda theory is your history with pregnancies birth control, complications with pregnaancies. Also your diet and is apart of a healthy cycle.
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when was your last period before that??  Are your cycles normally regular??  
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There's many different reasons why menstruation is late, but most reasons lead back to a hormonal imbalance. If you're able, I encourage bloodwork done by an obgyn to check your thyroid levels and other fertility-specific vitals, especially if your TTC. Hope you get your cycles back on track soon.
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I have a question for you. heres my deal. I didnt know i was pregnant but i assumed i got pregnant in september. I started bleeding november. This was my first pregnancy ever so i didnt know what was happening, i bled from november to january of 2011 where i went in and had a d&c and diagnosed having a molar pregnancy. so that was in jan 2011. I immediately in february got on depo provera (birth control) and missed my due back in may 2011. Ive just started to have a normal menustration in july since all of that and we have been having sex and still no positive test. should i be worried yet ?
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