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    mrscruz0910 posted:
    I'm a 24 year old mother of two (16 month old and 3 month old). I have not had a period since dec. 15 and i have taken 5 home pregnancy test and one at the hospital all have come back negative but i have yet to get my period but i have all the symptoms of being pregnant. I would like some tips on what this could be. someone plaese help me im very scared.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You need to be seen by a doctor to figure out why you have been missing your period.
     
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    An_193234 responded:
    Remember it could be something very simple. i.e. harmones.


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