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    no period two months
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    An_252851 posted:
    have not had a period in 2 months i am only 25 and now there is a white sticky substance coming out and dont know what it is i have took pregnancy test they come up negative what do i do or what is it
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    georgiagail responded:
    Are you concerned enough to make an appointment with Gynecologist to discuss these symptoms with them?

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    Hlj0509 responded:
    Urine tests can come up negative even if you are pregnant. You should request a blood test from your gyn.
     
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    Hlj0509 responded:
    Request a blood test from your gyn. Urine tests can give false negatives. I have a friend who had a negative on urine tests her entire pregnancy. She got a kick out of taking them occasionally and showing us.
     
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    newgirl2010 replied to Hlj0509's response:
    the sticky substance could be cervical mucus-an indication that you are ovulating. when was the last unprotected sexual encounter? if it has been three weeks...a negative pregnancy test is accurate. Take a couple to be sure. I agree, you should talk to your gyno as to why you might be missing your period. some women lose their periods when they lose a lot of weight, for example.


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