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What I meant by a week early is, I used to get my period ever 27 days or so and now i get it every 20 days.

And I know I shouldn't be, but I'm too embarrassed to tell my mom about the discharge, me and my mom really aren't that close, and I've never seen a gynocologist or anything, so it would be kind of awkward. I also don't want my mom thinking i'm sexually active, because I'm only 14 and she would be really mad because my parents told me i'm not allowed to date until i'm 16, but I couldn't bear to break up with my boyfriend so i'm still going out with him and we ARE sexually active :S

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The bottom line is that you need to get your butt to a doctor. Is there a family friend you could go to that might be able to help you out?

I'm going to move this to sexual health and basics, so we can continue the convo there w/o having new posts piling up here in Ask an Advocate

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