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Delayed periods, pregnancy test negative, white vaginal discharge. What could this be?

Hi, I had sex on August 4th I was supposed to get my period on the 22 and its the 29th an I still haven t got my period I took a pregnancy test on the 27th its was negative, on the 28th I try kicking a soccer ball and I felt fluid coming out from my vagina I thought it was my period and no it was a white fluid there is no bad odor ?
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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Hi j.c.c,
If you have a history of regular periods, then this delayed period could well be a pregnancy since you seem to have had sex during the ovulatory Unsafe Period.
A negative pregnancy test immediately after your missing the date of your period may not rule out pregnancy (although most pregnancy test kits nowadays are highly sensitive).
Repeat the urine pregnancy test with the first morning sample of urine. If it is negative wait for 2-3 days more and if still no period, repeat pregnancy test.
A delayed period may occur without a pregnancy in cases of stress like an exam stress or in conditions like PCOS where the release of egg is delayed or absent causing delayed, irregular periods.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Mon, 3 Sep 2012
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