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    Anon_74484 posted:
    symptoms vaginal bleeding 2 months only 2 days off
    massive debilitating cramps
    headache
    upset stomach
    massive shakes
    occassional fever that dont go down
    dont know wha tto do ihave no insurance has anyone heard of anything like this im 23 and have had multiple papsmears they sya cysts on my ovaries is the only thing wrong but its been getting way worse
    pegnancy history
    2 live births 6 misscarraiges last one 4 months ago but never went in for dnc
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