Period time with all the symptoms, but no bleeding
This is the third time this had happened to me when I get all my PMS problems, cramps, leg pains, emotional crazyness but yet i don't bleed. I have been on birth control for about 4 years now and I get my period every 3 months, due to the fact my periods are very painful. I do have sex with my boyfriend, but we always use condoms and I am very good about taking my birth control daily. I am a college student taking 4 classes with a stressful home life. I'm not sure if I should be worried about my period and go see the doctor or because this had happened before I should let it be. I do know if I do miss a few days of birth control I get my period with bleeding. I wonder if my birth control and stress had anything to do it?
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