This is a little complicated, which is why I have yet to call my gyno...
Background information: I am in a long distance relationship.
I was on the pill and I started some breakthrough bleeding on February 13th, however my loved one was coming up for Valentines day so, wanting to stop bleeding, I took extra birth control. (Probably NOT a good idea?) Well something worked and I stopped bleeding. However, I then got scared and curious if my body needed to bleed and so once he left i stopped taking my birth control, as to force a period... well no period came. Then finally February 24th, (a scary week after he left, of course I then freaked out about potential implantation bleeding) I got my period, it was a normal 4 days long and rather heavy. So at this point I hadn't been on the pill for a week, and continued off of it because I was starting a medicine that interfered with the pill and made it must less affective so I figured I'd save my birth control and start up once I got a normal period again. So weeks went by and I wasn't too concerned with it, then came March 23rd. That was the day I should have gotten my period, however... I did not. I broke out the week before but never got my period. Coincidentally I barely ate the week before, however I don't think that could be much of a factor... So, very scared I took a pregnancy test, and another one. Both negative. I would be 6 weeks pregnant at this point, and I know there are false negatives, but 6 weeks should be enough time right?
So now I'm just curious where is my period? Should I get blood work done to make sure I'm not pregnant? Can I start taking birth control again even though my period never came, or should I wait it out longer? My fiance is coming up next week and while we'll have to use condoms, I like to have a backup of a birth control cushion so as to be double safe. I haven't had any major pregnancy signs, I have been slightly depressed, a little stressed, and concerned lately though.
Thanks for any advice, websites or suggestions you have. I'm just really worried I mess it up. I never thought I'd yearn for my period as deeply as I have been this last week.