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2 months...no period yet?

collegestdntcollegestdnt
posted 9 years 9 months ago
Hey guys.
I haven't had my period in two months. I took a test earlier this week and I got a negative. (but it was the cheapest one and a brand I've never heard of... Shrug

I don't feel much different then I have, but (and i don't know if this is possible) but my boyfriend asked me the other day if I was gaining weight because my lower belly is sticking out a little. I don't think it would happen that quick though, right?

I guess, my question is, have any of you every missed two periods in a row and had it turn out to be nothing? Blink Shrug


AlexAlex Moderator
posted 9 years 9 months ago
I havent had a period for 7weeks(thought I had started the other day but nothing came off it) and I know I am NOT pregnant . I have been watching what I eat and have lost a few lbs and that has mucked my system up a bit, the same happens when I put weight back on.

I would see your doctor if you are worried or think you might be pregnant.

blessedblessed
posted 9 years 9 months ago
I'm 8 1/2 weeks pregnant (so missed 2 periods) and have definitely put on weight just on my tummy - some people do earlier than others (everyone in my family 'shows' pretty early). Do another test, i would, get a clearblue digital that gives you words instead of lines. or go and see your gp. Let us know! Smile

blessed xx

GTTkelGTTkel
posted 9 years 9 months ago
do you normally have regular periods? and do you use contraception? or have you had a slip up? or do you not use protection? these are all things to be concidered as starting certain contraceptives (or other medication couls affect your periods Shrug I would have thought it would show up on a test if you were 8 weeks gone but go to doc if you're not sure

mum2popsnjakmum2popsnjak
posted 9 years 9 months ago
Hi hun, i would do another test, just be be sure and if this one also shows negative then i would go to docs and tell him/her that you haven't had a period for 2mths and that you aren't pregnant. There are a few things that could also cause you to miss a period. Including being over or under weight and stress. If you have been TTC for a while maybe it is you worrying and stressing that is stopping your AF arriving? Shrug Xx

candgsmumcandgsmum
posted 9 years 9 months ago
I've missed 2 periods for no apparent reason before. i would have thought it would have shown up on any test by now whether cheap or not. If you still aren't convinced maybe ask the dr for a blood test to make extra sure Smile x

hapydazyhapydazy Moderator
posted 9 years 9 months ago
Hun, didn't you just go through this about 3 months ago?? The best way to find out is to take a blood test at the Doctors, can't be a false negative that way.... good luck to you...

collegestdntcollegestdnt
posted 9 years 9 months ago
Yeah. I was on here a few months ago. Embarassed

The day before my blood test though (I did end up telling my mom) I had terrible pain on my side and I bled a little and I went to the Hospital and it was a big mess. I had to have a CAT scan and it's just a weird, long story. Unsure

It's nice to be on here again. Thank you everyone. I will keep you posted. Smile

And I have been on the Depo shot for seven months and I havn't had a problem with it. And I havn't been stressed (I think Confused ) I did start college though (yay! Crazy ) and I joined a Sorority (Kappa Alpha Theta) and it has been a blast! It's nothing like the movies though, these girls are DEFINANTLY my "sisters". It's great!

jo-jojo-jo
posted 9 years 9 months ago
I also agree with Tam,the best thing to do is go and have a blood test that way they can let you know what is going on and maybe find out why you are skipping periods.
I go through stages of getting my period regular like right on time to the day,or only having them once or twice a year but i know mine are/were due to weight and stress issues. Shrug

WolfblassWolfblass
posted 9 years 9 months ago
Doctors is the best and only way to get a definate answer hun! xx

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