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    bUrYm3b4bY22 posted:
    Hi, I'm Amber, I am 18, I have had my last period for 11 days, it has been about a week and two days and I now just got my period again. with my 11 day period i felt a pressure, and I would pee every 5-10 mins, one morning it killed me. then it had stopped and I had gone to the doctors and they did a UTI test and Pregnancy test. They both came back negative. but my periods keep coming closer and closer. and I am on birthcontrol which is ortho tri cyclen. could it be ovarian cysts? or what?

    Thanks for the help.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Unfortunately, no one on an intertnet board can tell you what is wrong. You need to work with your doctor to find out what is wrong.


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