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    missed period after irregular periods
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    11ashcat posted:
    in august and September i got my period every two week and it was very short and very light witch is odd for me and now i have gone a month with out a period. i have taken home test that all came back negative. Could i still be pregnant???
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    lovebird79 responded:
    Did you have unprotected intercourse?
    When did you have it?

    Since you've had two months of irregular periods than you might want to go to the doctor anyways - there could be something else going on there.

    Good luck.


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