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MissKiss
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Hey, I don't know where this would go, but I'll give it a try. I posted it at another board, but no1 answered. I worry alot, so maybe you have help me not worry. Plus I'm kinda stressed, I recently moved away from close family and my close BF. And its really getting to me. There's probably nothing to worry about, but...just to make sure. My period is very light, almost not even going. I'm turning 15 Feb.20th. I started the Feb. 10th, or so I thought? The 1st day I bled the most, but not like I use to. Today, very very very! little, really none... I use to have to change my pad like 5 to 6 times a day, now like 1 to 2 times a day(if that). And also, its more of a brown color? And I'm not sexually active. Is something wrong? Or am I worring about nothing?
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insomniac242424
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Maybe you should see a gynocologist. They're not the most fun people to visit but they can help a lot more than anyone here could...
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MissKiss
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I hate going to the doc. But when I have to, I go. If my periods don't get any better, then I will ask my mom about it. She knows now, but she don't say anything. She never really had "the talk" with me. She waited to tell me about my period until I got it. Which I think it kinda surprised her when I did get it. But anyways...What could it possibly be?
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Periods can be vary greatly, especially if you are young and have not had your period for a long time. Stress/emotions can seriously wack things out of order, so I would most likely attribute what's happening to that, if you have been emotional lately.
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MissKiss
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Well, I haven't been exactly emotional...but sad that I can't see my family like I use to (every day) Knowing that I can only see them at least 1 to 2 times a year...well it just isn't going to work for me. But hopefully I can accept it sooner or later. I think maybe that's my problem. Thanks for the replies!


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LilBlueSmurf
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It's not uncommon for young women's cycles to vary from month to month. A lighter and shorter period one month really isn't anything to get all worried about ...

If it happens a few months in a row and concerns you, maybe you should consider speaking to your healthcare provider about it.

(Please don't doublepost ... It usually doesn't get your questions answered any faster)


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