what does it mean when my boobs hurt all the time and my period was one day and little to no bleeding and i cant got to place that have food because i get sick from the smell and i cant be around smookersView Thread
this is what wrong with me what do you thing it could be because my boobs hurt all the time and last month my period was 3 day and very night light and my period this month one day and little to no bleeding and i am very moode and i went to target and the smell from the popcorn mad me sick and then i walked the mall and i went by the food court and the all the different smells from the cood court at the mall mad me sick and then on sunday i went to old country buff and all the different smells from there mad me sick to i took 5 at home two came out with a + one came out - two came out with nothing and my lower belly is very hard but on the 30 i got a blood test done it cam out -View Thread
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