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Teenager with missing periods after unprotected sex. Pregnancy test negative. What else is the reason?

Hi i had my period for jan 2 to jan 8 i had sex and the condom broke on jan 11 took plan b on the 12 of jan. got my period jan15- jan20(roughly) but now its april and i haven't gotten a period since jan 15-20 i have had protected sex thoug and i took a pregnancy test and it came back negative ( home pregnancy test) is this normal btw im 15
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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If you have had normal cycles previously, then this is not normal. Emergency pill can disturb the normal cycle rhythm, but not for so long. You should consult a gynecologist for a physical evaluation and a blood pregnancy test and a trans-vaginal sonogram. Absence of a period can have other causes apart from pregnancy, namely, hormonal imbalance, weight disturbances, stress, medications, infections and so on. Please use a regular form of contraceptive to provide you double protection against pregnancy. Take care.
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