So i've posted in other "communities" but no one will respond to me. I'm 18 and my boyfriend and i have unprotected sex all the time. Normally after i just get in the shower and rinse (him) out of me. One night in perticular i didn't it was December 12th and my period normally starts on the 18-22 going for 5 days. its been pretty regular for a few months no but i still havent gotten my period and my local health dept. told me i must be 2 weeks before they can test me. I just want an explaination or response if anyone thinks it would be possible to be. I've been feeling queasy lately, feel extremely hungry but can't finish any of it, tired (though i'm like a cat and can sleep anytime) i've gotten headaches lately, which i never do. and i'm just worried. i just got a job but i'm in debt and don't think i could afford a child, praying i'm not prego!!! only becaurse if i am i'm not having an abortion nor adoption! Replies would be greatly appreciated at this time! Thank you for your time and help.View Thread
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