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    Should I be worried??
    Bug92704 posted:
    I'm not sure if I need to be worried yet or not. I'm a tad late on my period this month..but I'm not sure if its considered "late enough". I have a fairly regular cycle(28-30days). My last period was on Feb 23, I should of gotten my period sometime this week (3/23/10)...I've had cramping like I normally get before my period starts but so far no AF.

    We aren't trying but we aren't doing anything (doing the pull out method which I know doesn't really count) to avoid pregnancy either.

    So...since AF still hasn't shown...should I be worried yet, if not..when do I worry & take a test??
    KittyKatJenn responded:
    Hi Bug. I think you would do better to post this on the pregnancy boards. This is for women who are going through fertility treatments. This post could potentially upset some of the posters here.
    happynlovenlife responded:
    Well, I don't take offense to your question. I think you should go ahead and test. Let us know what the outcome is! GL!!

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