Hi I normally dont like talking about this stuff but since I'm not having my period I will ok so June 15 2012 i had a fast period and haven't had onetill present I haven't had it and on October 15 it will be 6 months of not having it.. I'm not on birth control and I'm not pregnant. and it scares me because i always had my period. And for months I notice i lost alot of home-normal, and noticing that i haven't been happy. always crying, about the stupidest thing, and not having anybody to talk to about it. I'm trying to be safe about having sex because i haven't had a period and i really don't want a kid right now. I'm only 21. I took a pregnancy test last weekend and it was negative like i said to my parents I'm prob not. and i herd that i could have cyst or not overlaying correctly and that deff scares me! I just dont know what to do because this never had me before, and not knowing what it cost to do this, and i really dont have health insurance. but im just really scared and i dont know what to do. and advice? thanks View Thread
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