About Me: Female, 59, Jonesboro, GA, member since May 2010
I am a 53 year old African-American female, who still have monthly menstrual cycles. My reproductive history includes, my first menstural cycle at age13, and birth of a child at age 25. In addition, since the age of 13 yr old, I have experienced pain menstrual period.
[More] By the age of 30yr old, it was brought to my attention that I had developed a few lumps in my breasts. In latter years, I have received many mammograms, sonigrams and needle aspirations to treat and diagnosis additional lumps and tumors. Additionally, I have uterine fibroid tumors that are cusing me problems at this time.
can you pleas ansewer this Q: I have not had my period for the month recently an I have a thick brown discharge coming out of my vagina? is this normal an what is it??? thank you :-) (f.y.i im a 13 year old virgin) thank you soooo!!! much!!!! :-)
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