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    amie23 posted:
    On November 17th I was supposed to get my period ( I am never late).
    Instead of getting my period, I got what I thought was UTI. I have had one before and it was all the same symptoms. I did not seek treatment.
    I took two home pregnancy tests, both came back negative.
    I went to the hospital November 25th (still no period) for the pain of my UTI.The hospital said I didn't have a UTI and that I wasn't pregnant... I am not sure if they used my blood or a urine test.
    I still don't have my period and that makes me 14 days late. I am concerned. Anyone have a solution to my problem or maybe know what is going on?
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