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xxthatsnotmynamexx posted:
Okay, so the last period I had was in April, I skipped May, and now it's coming towards the closing of June and there's still no sign of it. I'm currently 3 1/2 weeks late. I don't know if this has anything to do with this at all, but out of nowhere, I'd say two weeks ago, the texture of chicken started to gross me out, so I just lose my appetite completely when I eat it. My eyes have been looking glazed, like really glossy, have been for about 2 weeks now, not irritated at all, I've been breaking out pretty badly, I've been nauseous off and on, and have been getting bad headaches. I don't really have much bloating, maybe just a little bit, and some pressure in my lower abdomen, especially when I lay on my belly side. My breasts have been sore off and on, like they'll get sensitive, then go back to normal, and its just the nipple. Oh, and I'm sure this has nothing to do with any of this but for the passed week or so, it burns just a little when I urinated, and I've been going a lot more frequently, too. Any opinions on this? I haven't tested.
tlkittycat1968 responded:
First take a test. Since you will have missed two periods soon, if the test is negative, see your doctor to figure out what is going on.
xxthatsnotmynamexx replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
Okay, thank you

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