It's been about 4 months since my last period (virgin so pregnancy is completely discarded) and since i'm usually irregular I haven't been too worried but recently i've been having some back aches, having some cramps but no period, just some flux.
My mum had cyst in her ovaries so should I be worried?
go see a gynae. 4 months is too long. and don't be alarmed if they ask you to do a pregnancy test (blood or urine), its just standard procedure. and according to some conservatives on medhelp, a virgin can get pregnant, (i.e. guy ejaculated on vagina, near vagina or fingered with ***, or dry hump and semen soak through your undergarments and travelled up to your fallopian tubes). just saying. your symptoms sound like pms. and before you go to the gynae, please determine your Last Menstrual Period (LMP), it would be very helpful for the gynae. Take Care.
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