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need some input please
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danigirl333 posted:
ok so my fiance and I are working on moving in together ...neither one of us are young (late 30s early 40s) so fertility is an issue of course. We are not trying to get pregnant at the moment but if it happens then so be it. Well our last trip, I was due to get my period the day before i was going to see him. I was there for 5 days...no period.....and plenty of unprotected sex. well that was over a week ago...still no period
I had cramping both before and after i saw him so im not sure if im just off cycle cause of stress and whatnot.....i have a history of being inconsistent with my days so its hard for me to tell - but its been years since i have been like that
any ideas ???
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
Have you taken a test?

Also, skipping a period is common and usually is not a cause for worry.
 
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danigirl333 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
no test yet since im still only 2 weeks from possible conception.. I havent skipped a period since i was a teenager so i chalked it off to stress... guess i will take the test soon


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