I havnt had my period since november I am sexually active my partner and I have had unprotected sex a couple of time in December and January. I was on depo for birth control bit missed my last shot in aug. I have takin 4 dollar store test and all were negative. I'm super scared in only 19 and I'm not ready for a baby. Please help me
Very sore breast, the middle part of my nipple is almost white
Eridable, sensitive feelin
Nashis when ridding in the car
Very hungry all the time also thirsty 24/7
Trouble falling asleep but I sleep super hard now when I finally do
More discharge then normal white/clear....
Hi hon! I'm not sure if you are pregnant or not, but I think the best thing to do is make an appointment with your gynecologist doctor or at a clinic to find out for sure what is going on. Don't be afraid everything will be fine.
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