It is possible to be pregnant even if you don't experience typical pregnancy symptoms and your period is significantly delayed. While a missed period can often indicate pregnancy, it's not uncommon for some women to have irregular cycles or experience delayed periods without being pregnant. Factors such as stress, hormonal imbalances, changes in weight, or certain medical conditions can also cause a delay in menstruation. To determine if you are pregnant, the most accurate way is to take a home pregnancy test or visit your healthcare provider for a blood test. These tests can detect the presence of the pregnancy hormone hCG in your body. If you continue to have concerns about your fertility or irregular periods, it may be beneficial to consult with a fertility specialist who can provide further guidance and support on your journey to conception.