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    An_250363 posted:
    Hi I am 23 years old and am currently 25 days late for my period. I do take regular birthcontrol however in the 11 years I have been getting my monthly cycle. I have never been late and all of my periods have been 6 days to the T. Along with being late I have been experiencing breast tenderness and heaviness, nausea, stomach cramping, and some light spotting. I am concerned I could be pregnant so I have taken a variety of pregnancy tests and all negative. I am having a blood test done this week, but I was wondering what else this could possibly be
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Skipping a period while on birth control is common and usually nothing to worry about. It happened to a regular poster on WebMD 3 times.


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