Hi, I'm 25 yrs old and I am concerned about my menstrual cycle and fertility. In February of this year I have missed my period even though I wasn't pregnant. I had cramps and sharp pain in my abdomen but the doctor's said everything is ok. Once my period started to get back to normal this month i missed it again. I also had cramps and my nipples are still very sensitive and breast tender. I took pregnancy test in the morning but it came out negative. Today is 41 day since my last period and still nothing. recently I have found out that my first cousin is not able to have kids and I am worried that maybe these are the symptoms of loosing fertility? I have no idea what's going on? Did this happen to anyone? Please help! Thank you!
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