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    An_242161 posted:
    Last month I had a very, very heavy period, and my aunt scared me by telling me that was one of the first symptoms when she found out she had cancer. And this month I am now 4 days late and the day I should have started I had severe cramps. There is no chance of me being pregnant and now I am starting to get kind of worried. Has anyone ever experienced this before? I am going to make an appointment at my Dr. but I just dont know how urgent this is.
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    An_242149 responded:
    I have not expierenced this before but I would make an appointment to see a dr as soon as you can get in. Let them know what you are experiencing, so they can give you the appropriate time for your appointment.


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