If you are that scared you should just go to the ER. They cannot turn you away. Just tell them your concerns about money and they will work with you. Your health is more important then money.View Thread
I am a 52 y/o white female. I had gone 6 months without a period a year and a half ago. I had monthly periods prior to that but the blood was brown and only lasted a day or two. Cramps were bad and would start a week before. When I left my husband for 6 months, my periods stopped. Six months later I came back and so did my periods. The blood was still brown. About 7 months ago I left my husband and divorced. Periods stopped again. Yesterday I got a full blown period like I use to in my teens. I have significant cramping pain, stabbing pain off and on in both ovaries, and moderate to heavy bright red bleeding. Is this unusual?View Thread
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