I have had similar problems with some of those. As for the period problems, that happens to me all the time, going from brown and thick to normal and red. It just happens sometimes I think. As for the pain, I'm pretty sure that has something to do with your kidneys. In December I had had discomfort urinating, then a few days later had excrutiating pain in my lower abdomen and lower back. When I went to the doctor I found out that my trouble urinating was due to a kidney infection, and that might affect your period too. Unfortunately the only solution to the kidney infection was antibiotics perscribed by the doctor in the emergency room. I hope this was of some help.View Thread
Can anyone help explain what might be going on with me? I am sexually active, and on birth control. The past few days I've been experiencing pain around my ovaries when I go jogging and i have a brownish red blood colored discharge. And I'm bloated. I can't possibly be about to start my period because I just finished my first weeks worth of birth control for this month. Does anyone know what might be going on?View Thread
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