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Is a missed period normal?

Is a missed period normal?

It may be, BUT could be pregnancy: Pregnancy is certainly the most common reason for a missed period when sexually active. An anovulatory cycle (your ovary just does not release an egg that month), thyroid conditions, rapid weight fluctuations, extreme exercise, stress, etc. Are all other causes that may be possible. If you are having sex unprotected, check pregnancy tests, otherwise if you miss your next one too, see dr. For eval. ...Read more

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Missed Period (Definition)

A missed period is when you don't have a period at your normal time. Because a missed period can be due to pregnancy, even a period that is signficantly lighter or shorter can be considered a missed period and possible pregnancy. And having early symptoms of early pregnancy such as sore breasts or mild nausea would increase ...Read more


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No symptoms at all maybe darkened nipples. Not even missed period. Normal flow 4 days. Next period ur next week. Could i still be pregnant?

No symptoms at all maybe darkened nipples. Not even missed period. Normal flow 4 days. Next period ur next week. Could i still be pregnant?

If there is a: Question, check a pregnancy test. They are accurate. If your period is not due until next week though, it's too early to tell. You release an egg on day 14 of the cycle, day 1 is first day of last period. Sperm can live 5-7 days. Implantation takes about 5 days, meaning day 19 or 20 of cycle. If your around day 22 or 23... Are u trying to get pregnant? If not, please get contraception.Gdluc. ...Read more

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Is a missed period normal if I'm not pregnant and my hcg levels are high?

Does not add up: If you had unprotected sex, missed a period, and HCG level is above 25, you are pregnant unless proven otherwise. You may do a home pregnancy test. Use first morning urine and follow the instructions for the test carefully. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. You may consider implanted contraceptive, or IUD. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more

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Is a missed period normal if you're not pregnant but your hcg levels are high?

Is a missed period normal if you're not pregnant but your hcg levels are high?

HCG: HCG is only produced by a pregnancy so if your HCGS levels are high you are or very recently have been pregnant. It can take awhile to resume periods after a pregnancy ends but that is not necessarily because of high HCG levels. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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I have a missed period not normal 17 day late ultrasound can see sac or fibroid. Blood test on day 10 neg. Chance pregnant remedy for pregnancy

I have a missed period not normal 17 day late ultrasound can see sac or fibroid. Blood test on day 10 neg. Chance pregnant remedy for pregnancy

Tests are accurate : If you have taken pregnancy tests at home and they are negative then you can rest assured that you are not pregnant. You will need to see your doctor to discuss irregular periods. I would also discuss birth control options to avoid an unplanned pregnancy and avoid these scares in the future. ...Read more

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Browish discharge two days after missed period. Is that normal ?

Browish discharge two days after missed period. Is that normal ?

Normal cycles come every 21-35 days.: If blood comes out of your vagina in a different pattern then your cycles are not normal. If this is one time problem it may resolves on its own. If recurring then you should be evaluated. Infections & hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test . There are many options to regulate the cycle. ...Read more

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I have clear discharge before missed period. Is this normal?

I have clear discharge before missed period. Is this normal?

Clear discharge: Can occur at a number of times during your cycle. Missed/late period: low body wt, obesity, weight ^ or v, ^exercise, endurance athletics, breast-feeding, stress, illness, eating disorders (bulimia or anorexia), anovulatory cycle (no egg released), travel, perimenopause, just starting menstruation, hormone irregularities, drug use, meds (i.e., birth control) or med problems (i.e., polycystic >. ...Read more