I had my last period on January 9th 2013. It lasted 3 days, which is usually pretty normal for me. Well I usually have about a 28-30 day cycles and today is February 21 and I have not started my period yet. I took several HPT and all negative, on Monday I got a blood test done and it was negative as well. They did some other blood work for me thyroid and other things and everything was fine. I am not on BC and I track my period pretty well and i've never missed one before. I'm not under any stress and my medication hasn't changed. Over the past couple days I've had crampin and my breasts have been sore. I've been so sure my period is going to come any day, and then it doesn't. What should I do? Thanks!View Thread
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