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    An_248134 posted:
    Hi ladies!!!!
    I have a question... I'm a 17 year old college student and my period is due on the 4th of October (last one was on the 4th of September...they usually come near the 4th of each month) Anyway! Yesterday the 28th and today, I was feeling really nauseous (not to the point of throwing up) but enough to feel icky...This has never been a symptom of my pms before, so I'm confused ... (when I was younger I did throw up during my periods in middle school and once during high school...however every month seems to be full of new symptoms) Did/does anyone else ever have this? Note: I'm still a virgin, never had sex before bf "attempted to finger me on the 13th/14th but nothing more ......

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