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Period delayed. HPT negative. Had UTI. What is going on?

Hi my names Yanet, I have a question! Im over a month late on my cycle last. Period was July 14th and well know it s Sep 9th. I ve taken 4 hpt and came back Neg.some days i get a mild cramps but no period. Yesterday and today ive been having cramps but no sign of my period, and today i kind of feel some Mild piching in my ovaries. So i have no idea what it could be?!? I dont want to visit a doc yet beacuse in june i had skeeped a period due to a UTI I had towards the begining of June. i keep thinking maybe ipl be getting my period soon and it will be a waste o time to go to see the doc. Can some one help me out?
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Hi Yanet,
Thanks for writing in to Healthcare Magic!
Human body is the most complicated system on earth and the doctor is the person who knows some of it, so it is never a waste of time to go to a doctor to get evaluated rather it can save your time that you might spend in misery or sometimes get no chance to waste it at all.
UTI hardly ever causes absent periods rather you might be having a hormonal imbalance.
Three HPT in a row give a good sensitivity and indicate probably you are not really pregnant
I would advise you top have an ultrasound abdomen to rule out pregnancy and to detect if there any structural problem apart from pregnancy causing all this.
If you have any further query please let me know I would try to answer it for you.
Wish you a great health!

Answered: Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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