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Missed periods, stomach bloating, cramps. Taking antibiotics for kidney infection, IBS. Pregnancy symptoms?

Hello, I am 14 years old and i ve missed my period for 2 months now, My stomach has been bloated for at least 5 days to a week and i m getting bad cramps . I m still a virgin but I keep thinking I could be pregnant, Is this possible? i m scared and i don t know what to do. I confronted my GP about this and she prescribed me on medication for a kidney infection and irritable bowels but i m still panicking. Can you please help?
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
If you are virgin which means you didn't had sex with any body,then you cannot be pregnant even if you have missed periods for many months.
So forget about pregnancy.
Menstrual cycle at bebning (when girls start having their periods) and menupause (when period stops) are irregular due to changes in hormal level.
So irregular periods rather than missed periods is your problem,which will get settled in few months time.
Your other problems that is bloating,abdominal cramps could be due to kidney infection or gastritis (inflammation of stomach) and hopefully will get settle in a week time.
Hope I answered your question
Answered: Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Himanshu Pandey's  Response
Hi lisahunny ! With out sex no one get pregnant. So if abdominal cramp take dicyclomine. you miss your period too, do you have leukorrhea too. Need attention. Just relax if problem remain same go for full abdomen ultrasound. It will clear the doubt. And one visit to gynaecologist for vaginal check. Thing will fine soon. Take care. Bye.
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