(#) nerds_assemble 2012-12-27 09:11:16 PMDude, I'm sorry but I think the only thing you can do is save up for a pregnancy test...
You could wait a few more days to see if it comes...My friend lost a ton of wait and didn't have hers for five months...perhaps it's that?
Author's responseYeah i hope...thanks
(#) electricviolence 2012-12-27 09:53:04 PMWait a few more days and see. If you still don't start, you should really take an at home test. (They have them at the dollar store if you can't afford the expensive ones. I'd buy at least two, just in case one of them is a dud..) If you take the test, and it says negative, wait a bit longer. If you still don't start your period, you should probably go to the doctor to get a blood test.
Honestly, sometimes your period can go funky and come and go randomly. It depends on how your hormones are doing. When you just start to get your period, it can be a bit out of wack. I don't know how old you are, so I'm not sure.
BUT DO NOT, I REPEAT, DO NOT WAIT TOO LONG. If you are pregnant, you'll want to know early.
It's better to go to the doctor, and realize it's just your hormones or something, than to find out you're pregnant three months later.
I really hope this helped. If you need anything else, just e-mail me, okay?
Author's responseThanks :) good to know that dollar stores have them. Thanks again :) this really helped
(#) jack-the-ripper 2012-12-28 02:36:27 AMOh honey, how old are you?
Cause my body did tricks like that my entire teenage years.. So it may very well be just your body reacting to something - stress, weight loss, lack of sleep, anything really..
But of course it's the best to check instead of waiting around, convincing yourself it's nothing.
I take it, since you think pregnancy is a possibility, that you've been with someone without protection, so if I were you and couldn't afford a test (btw they're more expensive in pharmacies, grocery stores sell reliable tests for a few bucks) I would propably count the days real closely first. From the day you've had sex to the day your period should've started and to this date on which you're late how much, two weeks?
You can find information on the internet, and it's pretty easy to count if pregnancy REALLY is an option. Most don't know it, or believe it, but the way our bodies work the chances are sometimes quite slim.
Anyway, been there done that that's what all this babbling comes from :)
Try to buy a test as soon as you can and maybe tell some adult that you trust about the situation, if you feel like that's something you feel good about doing.
you can always email me at email@example.com incase you feel like it :)
Author's responseThanks for advice. i wasnt sure if grocery stores sold them. and yeah im 16. thanks again