Im 16 I always get my period either the 10 or 11th each month,lasting 5days,last day is very light...
my last two periods where only two to three days.
I don't know why,it's kind of worries me.
this month(the 2nd month) my cramps were bad the first day and the a couple days before that.
It wasnt alot alot of blood,just a lil more than usual.
I stress alot,I have bad anxiety...could that be a reason?...im on xanax for it.
last month I was thinking that I was pregnant,I took 3 test(one every other day)
they came up neg.
I was pregnant before,I had a miscarriage at 3 months.
Do you think my body is changing??...
Please tell me what you think!?!
(p.s I got my period 2 days before I was supposed to)
the month before I had sex 8 times unprotected.
he came in me about 3-4 times out of those 8.
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