Okay, I just found out that I am NOT pregnant. :( Another question I had was, why don't I have a period every month? I only have periods every two and half to three months. I get bad menstrual cramps in my lower abdomen like I'm fixing to start my period but I still don't start until at least two and a half to three months after the last period. I am a obesed young woman, and alot of people say that weight does play a factor with periods sometimes. I have seen other heavy women have regular periods every month, but I don't. Why? Like I said, I get menstrual cramps between periods but that's it...no period. I just hurt and that's all. Then, two and a half to three months after the last period I have another period. UGG!!! Why is my body doing this? Why can't I have a period once a month every month? And why do I just hurt between periods?
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