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niceone
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ok so i guess it has been a couple of weeks since i last post. anyways my doc took me off ocella four weeks ago and i still have not had a peroid i've had a pap. and v.altersound they can't find nothin wrong now that was about two weeks ago so at that time i hadn a neg. result for prego. test . but know im havin side and back pains lost of appetite, very emotional,mood swings and my breast tingle every now and then. so plzz tell me something.......plz plz....

also i have not had a peroid at all for six months while i have been on ocella and my doc say i should of had something light or heavy, but nothing and plz help me im so stressed out.. plzzzzzzzzzzzz

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redx85
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stress can be a huge factor when it comes to periods, so try to relax and hopefully that will help a little.
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niceone
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i have not stress like that just really worried. but they also said that i have a thyroid condition but that still should not stop it just makes some later or sooner so i'm just worndering if i might be pregnant . i mean i have two boys already and i didn't find out that i was pregnant until i was almost four months and thats also taking pregnacey tests i didn't have any symptoms at all nothing.. so plz someone help...plzplz

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nikki smith

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Horizon
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Redx85, this area of the boards is restricted to staff and volunteers. Thanks for helping, though!

Niceone, it sounds like your symptoms are beyond what we could help you with here. Your best bet would be to go back to your doctor and see how he/she can help you. If you're not taking medicine for a supposed thyroid condition, you'll definitely want to visit-- that can be a serious issue. While you're there, they could test you again for pregnancy just to be certain.

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niceone
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Ok Thanks

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nikki smith

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