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    An_248127 posted:
    I had my monthly period at my normal time with in the month like any other female, but after a week has gone by I started to get these weird pains in my pelvis area and now its started again and has been going on for bout two weeks now. I really don't know what to do and really don't have the money to see a doctor. First it will come and go everycouple of months and now it going on three weeks out of the month im so confuse with whats going on. please help!!!

    Thank you
    georgiagail responded:
    Simply put, you need to see a medical professional to get these pelvic pains checked out.

    Is there a Planned Parenthood Organization where you live? They offer lower cost reproductive services.

    Anon_160335 responded:
    Is there a free clinic you can go to?

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