ok well as some of you know i had my beautiful son 7 months ago.
well i was on loestrin fe since then continuos. i was still getting 2 periods a month and then spotting in between but i was not eligible for insurance til the 1st of this month so i took it anyway to hopefully keep from getting pg.. lol i know weird to say that ha. but now i ran out the 15th of last month and still have not started... i am going to make an appt. with my ob but i was not sure if anyone else experienced this beofre. im not quite used to how to prevent yet haha. oh and i have taken 3 pg tests that all came up negative so pretty sure its not that.
and my lower pelvic pain has returned. not the evil cramps yet but the constant pain like if you wait to pee tooo long and the tendernous to touch. im hoping my endo hasn't just exploded in their. i ahev not been checked since i had my son...
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