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Whats going on with me?

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  • Posted By: timeofourlives
  • September 20, 2009
  • 08:14 AM

-I fully understand I need to go to the doctors to get the right diagnosis, but i don't have insurance right now, So I am just seeing what "could" be wrong-


I am 20 years old.

The last couple weeks I have been feeling really nauseous. To the point I sometimes throw up.

At times I keep burping over and over and it will not stop. Like today, throughout the day, I've been burping constantly. I can't sleep much anymore, I only go to bed when I can hardly keep my eyes open, or when I take a sleeping pill.

I haven't had my period since June either.
Well, I had it in June, and in July I didn't have my period, I started bleeding on Aug 1st-3rd, Then nothing. I've had cramps this month but no bleeding.

I am stressed over just about everything, but I'm always stress, have been for a long time. And Never felt like this before.

Is this just all because stress, or could there be something wrong?


Oh yeah, I'm really moody too, anything can make me upset//mad.

I'm just looking for some input. no rude comments.

thanks!

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  • Could you be pregnant? -I fully understand I need to go to the doctors to get the right diagnosis, but i don't have insurance right now, So I am just seeing what "could" be wrong- I am 20 years old. The last couple weeks I have been feeling really nauseous. To the point I sometimes throw up. At times I keep burping over and over and it will not stop. Like today, throughout the day, I've been burping constantly. I can't sleep much anymore, I only go to bed when I can hardly keep my eyes open, or when I take a sleeping pill. I haven't had my period since June either.Well, I had it in June, and in July I didn't have my period, I started bleeding on Aug 1st-3rd, Then nothing. I've had cramps this month but no bleeding. I am stressed over just about everything, but I'm always stress, have been for a long time. And Never felt like this before. Is this just all because stress, or could there be something wrong? Oh yeah, I'm really moody too, anything can make me upset//mad. I'm just looking for some input. no rude comments. thanks!
    rmd123 4 Replies
    • September 20, 2009
    • 04:43 PM
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  • Could you be pregnant?No, I haven't been with anyone in awhile, so theres no chance of that.
    timeofourlives 1 Replies
    • September 20, 2009
    • 05:03 PM
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  • Quoted from a website, maybe it'll help"A very common cause of a missed period is not having ovulated that cycle. In a normal cycle, estrogen is produced all month. Estrogen is responsible for building up the lining of your uterus so you have something to shed each month. In a normal cycle, progesterone production increases following ovulation.Progesterone "stabilizes" the uterine lining in preparation for a possible implantation of a new pregnancy. If you are not pregnant that month the levels of estrogen and progesterone fall, triggering the release of the uterine lining - your period. So, if you do not ovulate, the estrogen build up of the lining continues, but without the usual ovulation-associated progesterone. Thus, the hormone levels don't decline, and the lining stays up inside the uterus - your missed period.If you have been several months without a period, a gynecologist may give you some progesterone in a pill form (eg Provera 10 mg for 5 days). Within 48-72 hours after stopping the progesterone your "progesterone blood level" will fall, triggering the release of the lining that has been building up. Alternatively, the built-up lining may begin to shed under its own weight. Either way, women report that these periods are very heavy - as though several months of lining are shed.Such flows can also be prolonged or have a stop and start pattern. The reason for this erratic or prolonged bleeding is this: without the progesterone the lining does not have a clean shed down to the base layer.Causes for not ovulating are multifold: thyroid problems, pituitary problems, ovarian cysts, physical stressors (eg sudden increases in exercise, crash dieting), emotional stressors (problems with parents or boyfriends/girlfriends, exams), increased body weight, anorexia, rotating shifts at work, etc."
    kesaiserris 35 Replies
    • September 21, 2009
    • 08:58 PM
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  • you sound pregnant; try a pregnancy test anyway..
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies
    • September 22, 2009
    • 01:43 AM
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