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Forum Name: Gynecology

Question: Concerned

 lpolk6 - Tue Jul 05, 2005 5:23 pm

I have alway had regular cycles, (every 26-30 days). However, from January to May, they have lasted 34 days exactly. I have not had a period since May 2. I have had all negative urine tests and a negative blood test, but no period. I did have a very light pink discharge around June 8th, but that's it. I had an annual pap in June that was normal. I'm getting concerned because I have been regular since I was 12. I am sexually active and my husband and I are not preventing. Do you have any advice about what I need to do next or should I just wait for my period? Thank you for your time.
 Jennifer R.N. - Tue Jul 05, 2005 10:19 pm

I would just wait until my period and see if it shows up. If the tests come back negative then what else can you do? You could go to the Doc's and have them do an actual blood draw to see if you're pregnant if you're really worries about it too. Hope it works out however you wish it too. Good luck. :wink:

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