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kels82 posted:
So in the month of feb and march inhad what i thought is my period. Normally they are reallynheavy. These past two months its more of spotting to almost nothing, it doesnt even reach the pad. I have been under stress as my dad has a terminal ilness.please help
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
Heavy stress can cause you to not ovulate thus causing you to miss your period. Have you taken any pregnancy tests?
 
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kels82 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
I took a test about 5 in the afternoon and the test never showed anything so according to the instructions it said it was invalid.
 
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kittykatjenn replied to kels82's response:
You need to take the test first thing in the morning.
 
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kels82 replied to kittykatjenn's response:
I'm planning on it. It's just weird for it happen like this, especially for two months straight.
 
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kels82 replied to kels82's response:
So took another test nothing showed idk if its a defected batch or not enough/ to mich urine, came out invaild again.


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