my periods have been coming at different times every month and flow is usually consistant month . When I started today, the blood was thinner and heavier then normal, my abdominal bloated more then normal, alot of pressure and along and light contractions all which was frequent , my ribs became sore from front to back, lower back pain, light numb feeling in back and abdominal, light headed and feelings of passing out, i have not slept for two days due to drug with efedrin, movement throughout abdominal compared to fetal movement or gas, some minor hallutionations just started, all theses symtoms started day and have never happened with periods be. lite tenderness in breast, pregnancy test was done 3mths ago and was negitive, no morning sickness past mths or any other pregnancy symtoms prior then today.
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