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    no period for 2 months
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    LiZz09 posted:
    ok so I haven't had my period for two months now and I am very concerned. I have taken home pregnancy test and they came back negative (I haven't taken them in about a week n a half). this has never happened before. My diet hasn't changed nor has my stress level. there has been no heavy lifting and im not on BC. we have been using the pull out method. I have two other children. I am 22 so I don't thing im going through any menopause. the last few weeks I have had loose stool and frequent headaches. Im not sure as to what it could be and I don't have insurance so I don't know what I can do. Please if you have any more questions or an idea of what it could be let me know. T.I.A.
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