torque i get the exact same thing ...i actually get a full blown sinus infection just before my period. my glands get swollen along with the sinus pressure and headaches. I have been directed to an endocrinologist? hormone specialist so keep in touch i will let ya know what they say. Im sick of getting sick once a month...once my period is gone i get better real quick...its crazy.
Hi my name is Heather and im 19 .I seen you on med help. You are on the same Pill as me which is the Loestrin birth control. I have been on this birthcontrol pill for going on 4months now. And I really haven't had a normal cycle either actually I haven't started this month.Im having mood swings like crazy and cramping but no period for may. But everyone is diffrent so you might wanna check with your obgyn. I mean i can check with mine and tell you what it could be,but like I said ya know everyone is diffrent.So yeah i just wanted to tell you that your not the onley one who is going through this and it ***** haha
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