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Answered 2011-06-26 10:59:42

The period is either late like it can be naturally or, if you had sex without any other protection, you are pregnant. Being off the pill for a month means you are completely unprotected. Missing one pill is enough.


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pregnancy tests will only detectafter 5 days of your missed period

The most common cause of a missed period is pregnancy.

4 days before your missed period= 53% accurate 3 days before your missed period= 74% 2 days before your missed period= 84% 1 day before your missed period = 87% The day of you expected period = 99%

If you had unprotected sex then there is a high chance.

4 days after a missed period, a serum hCG will be accurate - 7 to 14 days after a missed period the urine hCG will be accurate.

How is it that you are experiencing something 5 days before your period is 'missed'?

You should be able to reliably test 1 to 5 days after your missed period.

Your question is confusing. If your period was only 4 days late then you're not pregnant. Anything can cause your period to be delayed like stress and exercise

It means that if your period is supposed to start on Saturday, 6 days before your missed period would be the Tuesday before.

If you have missed your period and are pregnant, you most likely got pregnant around 14 days before your missed period.

Some pregnancy test you can take 5 days before your missed period but you might just want to wait a month after you missed it to see if it comes instead of wasting your money on one right now.

Make it come? You can't do that. A missed period, is a missed period. Unless you have been emotional lately, then maybe it's because you haven't been very stable much. Otherwise, try talking to a doctor to why your missing your period. It isn't always consistent for all women but most of them get their periods every 28 days.

I missed my period this month. I'm usually off about 4 or 5 days, but this time it's been almost 2 weeks. I know 100 percent I'M NOT PREGNANT. I heard that working out, stress, over eating can cause missed cycles. I have had moderate of all, but not anything drastic. I'm really worried. Should I go to the doctor?

Since you don't tell us how old you are I am going to assume you are young and just started your periods. If this true a young woman just starting her period will have irregular periods for the first year or two. Also some periods cycles are longer than 28 days and can go 35-38 days. If you have NOT had sex a missed period can happen. If you have been sick a missed period can happen or if you have started a athletic program it can happen. Many things can cause a missed period, but if it continues see a doctor.

after your missed period you can take it at any time. you can take it up to 4 days before even.

Taking a pregnancy test seven days before a missed period won't be accurate.

A menstrual period ranges from 21 to 31 days. On average, a cycle is 21 to 28 days from one period to the next. By 46 days, you have already missed one period and might have missed the second one.

You might be pregnant after you missed your period, but it does not mean that you are. Periods are very irregular. As much as we would like them to be regular, they are not. If it has been more than about 5 days, take a pregnancy test to be sure.

This may mean ur cycle is changing because as for myself I usually get my period with in every 26 days in a month but recently it has been changing to every 28 days in a month so keep tract of ur period and remember some month's have 31 days so it is normal to get ur period twice in one month. I hope this helps

3 days after a missed period

absolutly, women have symptoms within days of conception even way before their missed period

i have missed my period by 6 days and have been stressed out by school and boyfriend stuff. i have been thinking about this a lot and was wondering if it was common to miss your period due to stress or schedule change? im 17 so i dont want a baby right now.....

A missed period means you miss a month in your cycle, so it's pretty easy to tell. A late period means that it comes later in your cycle than usual, depending on how regular you usually are. For example, if you ALWAYS start on a certain day like clockwork, it can be considered late even if only by two days. A late period is nothing to worry about unless it is also unusually short or spotty. If you are usually regular and you have been having unprotected sex a missed period can be one day. With my second pregnancy (18 years ago) I had a positive pregnancy test on the day my period was due. 3 years earlier I had to wait 2 weeks after my missed period before the test came up positive. Then a scan gave me a date 10 days after my EDD by LMP, so I guess I ovulated late that month.

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