okay so im not supposed to start my period for another week, but im a little nervous i could be pregnant... ive been on the pill for a couple of years now and this past month ive missed taking the majority of them. ive had headaches, backaches, sore breasts, bloating, cramping, ive been really tired, and unusually cranky lately. ive even caught myself craving things recently. last week i hardly ate anything and lost about 5 pounds, but my appetite is back. could it just be my period on its way, or should i be concerned?View Thread
funny you say that.... my parents had a hard time deciding whether to name me charlie or stevie. either way i have a boys name, but i love it! its unique and fun. if i have a girl she'll have a boys name like dylan or something...View Thread
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