"If you didn't have intercourse then there is nothing to be worried about.
Go see your physician and request a blood test or you could schedule an appointment with a gynecologist who'll perform a vaginal ultrasound and say for certain."
Hey hun. It is no problem. When I first started having trouble with my cycles and got diagnosed with PCOS I was devastated but I had been having so many weird problems since about 8 months before I was diagnosed but I was so relieved that I finally had an answer to my problems, but then the hard part hit. I am a total believer that if you think that something is wrong then you should listen and keep digging and try to find out! I hope that you get the answers you are looking for!
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