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does anyone know any tricks to remembering when they had their last period?
im afraid i may have missed mine this month im also afrai if i take a test it might be 2 early to tell?
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well the method that I use is to always mark on my calendar with a star or a period....but if you are trying to remember your last one now I would say try to remember if you usually have it at the begining or end of the month was there anything special about last month that you can remember around the time you would normally start your period and remember if your period happened during that time if not then I would say get a pg test every week or so either till you start your period or till the end of the month...if pg test is neg and still no period see your doc.
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yeah i marked it in my phone calender but that was lost a few weeks ago. the reason i ask is because i was just told by a former partner from a year ago that he might have had gonorrhea during the time we were together. and i have to go for a test for that in a week. but its making me think, doesnt gonorrhea cause infertility? does anyone know how it takes for that to take effect on the body? i dont want to be pregnant the now just to find out that my baby is growing outside my uterus. anyone have any info?
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