I have had on and off bad cramps since May 24, 2013 I had sex that day too which also was my ovulation day. Following those days I had cramps, mood swings, loss of apetite. On June 1st I woke up in the morning to use the bathroom and I noticed a change in my urine it smells odd and strong, and I was frequently using the bathroom but it was not painful to go. As my cramps continued I considered the fact that my period was due the next day June 2 but it came nearly 5 days late. The day before I started my period I had brown discharge and then I started. It was really heavy the first two days then lightened up, I just got off on Tuesday June 11. Today I'm cramping and I don't understand why and my urine is still odd smelling and I've noticed it's a bit cloudy now too. Can anyone help me understand what's going on and if I should make a trip to the Doctor? I'm 19 Years old if that helps any? Thanks!View Thread
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