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Question: missed period for two moths


 angie3988 - Sun Jul 08, 2007 1:20 am

I am a 22 year old female no past surgeries, family history of diabetes no current medications.I have recently found out that I had sex with a person who was diagnosed with gonorrhea. So I went and got tested 1 week ago [which I have not yet recieved the results]and they went ahead and treated me for it. I was having a yellow discharge. Now it has gone. But I haven't had my period for about two months now, last period was in May sometime.My stomach has been hurting and I have been feeling kind of nautious. I have taken many pregnancy tests and all are negative. I was wondering if you had any idea on why I could be experiencing these symptoms. Thank you.Much appreciated.
 Debbie Miller, RN - Sun Jul 08, 2007 10:41 pm

User avatar I would not expect this problem to result from the treatment. It is possible to have a negative pregnancy test even when pregnant, but not likely if you have taken several of them. I would get an appointment with your health care provider to find out what is going on. Perhaps a hormonal imbalance which could be corrected.

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