My period is pretty regular I get it around every 28 days for 3-4 days. I started a new job in sept. that has me up very early and my sleeping schedule is every where, sometimes sleeping a 3-4hrs sometimes sleeping 8hrs also picking up heavy things. I work 60-72 hrs a week, sometimes working two weeks straight and only having one day off after those two weeks and doing it all over again for another two weeks. I had my last period on oct. 16 that lasted 10 days (which had me worried because it never last that long) I had unprotected sex a few times in between the last time I had my period and now. I have taken pregnancy test and they have said negative. I didn't test too early because I calculated my Ovulation and i didn't have sex around those days that i would be ovulating and I took the pregnancy test after my ideal missed period date. Now this has me very stressed out
First of all, you cannot calculate your ovulation date. It takes a long time of studing temperature and mucous to find about when you ovulate, and even in the same woman it can change. You cannot use these apps for birth control. You should stop having unprotected sex if you don't want to be pregnant, because it will happen sooner or later. You are putting some crazy stress on your body and that is most likely what is wrong. Your employer should be ashamed of himself for abusing his workers this way. I've seen it tho, they figure once you break, and you will if you keep this up, they'll just get another sap who will do it. The slaves were treated better.
Things like stress, lack of sleep and not eating a balanced diet can affect your period. Vitamins can help. You should take another test if you don't start in the next few days. I tested negative when I was 3 days late. I retested a week later and it was positive.
If it turns out you are not pregnant you can see about getting on birth control. It will help regulate your period as well as avoiding unwanted pregnancy.
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