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    monthly is wacked, bloated, tender breats and more,
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    shawnee1940 posted:
    ok, I am 40 my tubes tied almost 5 years ago, stayed single no sex last couple months I got BF, never worried about anything cause tubes are tied, last couple months my monthly been weird, this month it was heck lasted only 4 days,we had sex the 5th day. normally goes 7 we had sex on the 5th day. started spotting at the end of sex, monthly is now just spotted and not really a monthly today is 10 days of spotting. breasts are tender, and seem to just go off and tingle for no reason, with just my bra, my lower abomine feels like there is pressure but no pain, moods are jumping around, also gained 10 pounds. eating only once a day but big plaits. tired, get chilled easy i guess, like goose bumps all over. am I preg? test said no.
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    msoy1 responded:
    Periomenopause. You seem to have all the classic symptoms.


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