I got my last period around Feb. 16th. My boyfriend and i had sex the next weekend and then just recently, the 16th of march was the last time we have had sex. I am on the pill and have been since october and only missed one in that time period. I have missed my period for this month. Or i think. On the 17th of march i had symptoms of getting my period: cramps, sore breasts, bloating. I bled for six hours or less so im not sure if that was my period. So i took one pregnancy test on the 22nd of march, 5 days after my period was suppose to come. and then i just took another on 29, 12 days after my period was scheduled to come. They both came back negative. I found out that i have had a bladder infection for the past week and a half and i just went to the doctor two days ago for it. Im confused as to what my missed period could be from? the pill..pregnancy..bladder infection..View Thread
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