I'm a 20 year old virgin so its not a pregnancy thing like google keeps telling me. I've never really had regular periods, they just show up whenever, however long, and as heavy as they want. When this started on nov 4th I thought it was my regular period and it ended on nov 7th. But then it started back up the next day, but only slightly spotting and painful, so i figured it was the previous months period just catching up. It ended again on the 12th and again started up on the 26th and now its dec 10th and im still going. its only enough to see when i wipe after i go to the bathroom but its painful sort of. I feel like ice picks are kind of stabbing at my ovaries and its constantly cramping in my lower back and legs. Its also kind of a full sensation, like where a tampon would go is full sort of? I cant really explain it. I just dont want to go to the doctor again for her to say its just a cyst like she did when i went for missed periods a few years ago. I also dont really want a stranger spelunking in my lady cave when the red sea is visiting, ya know? does this happen to anyone else?View Thread
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