can some one help me !!!!!!!!

Maria - posted on 06/23/2012 ( 8 moms have responded )




i am very scare, i had sex on january the first and i heard stories that you can be 6 month pregnant and not know i have done many urine test and i also have done 3 ultrasounds the last ultra sound i did was on april 10th, but my periods are light they are not as heavy as they use to be, if i am pregnant i dont know what am i going to do my parent will kill me. i have not gotten my period this month can someone please tell me what should i do. plase !!!!!


Amy - posted on 06/24/2012




If you haven't had sex since January and you've had ultrasounds and have had negative pregnancy tests than you aren't pregnant. However if you have continues having sex since than yes you could possibly be pregnant since there is a chance to get pregnant every time you have sex!

By stressing as much as you are your going to have late periods and lighter periods or no periods at all.


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Cherish - posted on 06/24/2012





If the last time you had sex was Jan and you had a ultrasound in April and all your tests are neg,you are NOT pregnant.
And the other people are right,the people that did not know they were pregnant for "six months" did not suspect it,I am sure they did not have a ultra sound or take urine tests.
You seem to be young...
There are MANY other "problems" other than pregnancy that come from having unprotected sex.Like STDs(some of which can kill you or make you infertile)
Please go talk to your parents or a Dr about birth control.

Elizabeth - posted on 06/24/2012




...stop having sex. You are very young clearly because you don't have much information on it. Be smart about this because irresponsible mistakes you make now..will FOREVER impact your future.

After having an ultrasound which says you aren't pregnant clearly are not. So, stop worrying and stop having sex. Now go sit with your mom and talk to her ..however embarassing it is ..go talk to her and tell her that your body is not acting as normal if you are that worried and tell her what is happening. Divulge as much or as little information as you want ..but go talk to her.

Jenni - posted on 06/24/2012




Yup, if you haven't had sex since January and you've had ultrasounds since, you're not pregnant. In cases where women didn't know they were pregnant most of them also didn't suspect they *could* be and were not thoroughly tested for pregnancy.

Are you on any kind of BC? If you are sexually active or even just to be on the safe side, you should be as well as using a back up method (condoms) if you don't want to become pregnant.

If you are already on BC, certain BCs can affect your menstrual cycle. When you are young, how you menstruate may not be regular and can fluctuate at times. There are other common causes that can affect your cycle like exercising more or stress.

Krista - posted on 06/24/2012




If you were pregnant, it definitely would have shown up on an ultrasound by now. The idea of someone not knowing they're pregnant when they're 6 months along usually applies to girls who a) have very light periods anyway, and b) who are overweight, so the baby doesn't "show" as early. But an ultrasound is pretty definitive. And if you had one in April, if you WERE pregnant, you would have been 20 weeks along, and trust me, they would have seen something.

You're not pregnant, but you're probably skipping periods due to being stressed right out.

Go see your doctor, tell him or her your concerns, take one last pregnancy test via bloodwork just to put it out of your mind, and then get yourself on some reliable birth control!

Louise - posted on 06/24/2012




If you have had an ultra sound scan and there is nothing there then you have nothing to worry about. Periods can fluctuate and if you are stressed they can become lighter or heavier. Take a pregnancy test with the first urine of the day and if that is a negative result you are not pregnant. If you are experiencing any other pregnancy symptoms like sore breasts, feeling tired, or sick then you really need to be seen by a doctor. I hope everything sorts its self out for you. Next time though think ahead and take precautions.

Sharlene - posted on 06/24/2012




Unfortunately you should have used protection if you were that worried, Take a pregnancy test and if it comes up positive,then that decision is yours.I can't tell you what to do,sorry.

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