After having sex in January, saw period in March but missed April, may and now June's. Possibly pregnant?
- Anonymous1 month ago
If the bleeding was actually a period then pregnancy is not possible.
If the bleeding was not a period - then there is a small chance that pregnancy is possible.
Take a pregnancy test.
Have your periods ever skipped like that before - maybe you have a longer cycle than the typical 28 to 30 days. Maybe your cycle is extremely long or very irregular. When you have irregular cycles, it is a good idea to test for pregnancy anytime you have been sexually active. At 21 days after sex, a test is accurate. If you have sex on a regular basis - (at least once per week) - then testing once per month would help avoid any surprises.
Late and irregular periods means that ovulation is not happening on a regular pattern. That means you might not have ovulated since just before your last period.
If this is not normal for you - then it is time to contact a doctor.
- JillLv 71 month ago
Period = not pregnant. Have you tested for pregnancy in all this time?