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    3 Months No Period
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    chanting posted:
    I went off birth control at the end of January. I had a normal period right after I finished my last pill (as I should). Then another period starting April 6th and the last time I got my period was June 10th.

    It's been almost 3 months since I last got my period. I did take a pregnancy test at the end of July and it was negative.

    I've been regularly sexually active all this time.

    Before I took the test, my symptoms included: nausea, headaches, sensitivity to smells.

    Since I've taken the test, my symptoms include: bad headaches, occasional nausea, cravings, crampy abdomen, tired all the time.

    What do you think? Should I take another test? Should I see the doctor and find out if maybe somethings wrong and that's why I haven't had a period in three months?

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    reb_hun responded:
    think that there is a possibility that you could be pregnant, what you should do is take another test and then go to the doctor. because whether or not you are pregnant you need to find out what is going on with your body. good luck!!


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