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    I am almost 48 years old. My issue is I have gone 5 months without a period until a week ago and it's pretty heavy. Since the beginning of April until about 6 weeks ago i have taken 8 pregnancy tests and all were negative. I had a similar situation last year where I went 3 months without a period then they were normal again. I don't have health insurance at the moment because I am unemployed. I know I'm getting close to menopause but this still scares me. I have a 21 year old son so you would think I would know the difference but I didn't have any pregnancy symtoms like before. Maybe I'm overreacting. I need some feedback!! Thank you!
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