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    please give me some relief
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    worriedmomof2 posted:
    had a tubal last year well i havent started my period this month and im scared out of my mind..i have 2 small kids already and im not ready for another one..ive been going through some stress but im not sure if that would cause a missed period?. im afraid to go to the dr cause i really didnt wont anymore children..i know things happen for a reason but im hoping im just really late..today is the 25th and i usally start on the 13th is this normal? could stress cause this? PLEASE HELP
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, stress can cause you to ovulate late which in turn will cause your period to be late. If you are pregnant, not going to the doctor will not make it go away. Take a test and if it's positive, see your doctor ASAP because of your increased risk of a tubal pregnancy.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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    oh and i forgot to say i have not had a period since april 15.

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