Hey, I'm 15 and I missed roughly two months of my period. I know I'm not pregnant because I'm still a virgin. I get constant headaches that start at the back of my head and usually go from back to front, ending in a horrible aching behind one or both of my eyes. About a week ago, I was scraping my nail on my skin gently, watching the pattern on the back of my hand fade. A minute later, I looked back, and it had reappeared as if I had just done it. I feel sick constantly, even before I lost my period. I get heartburn about once to twice a week on average. Sometimes it happens twice in one day. I feel tired always, no matter how much sleep I get, and I feel sad for no apparent reason. About twice a week, my stomach and lower esophagous go freezing cold. It's like taking a HUGE mouthful of slushie that you can stil feel (it would be freezing) in your stomach and esophagous. I sometimes get severe chest pains but it doesn't feel like a heart attack. Sometimes, my nose feels heavy as if blood is collecting in it. It feels like I'm going to have a nosebleed but I never do. But a week and a half ago, my nose started bleeding severely. It eventually stopped but I felt like I was going to faint after that. Sometimes when I stand up fast I get this dizzy feeling in my head and my vision goes black. I feel like I'm going to faint. Sometimes I lose the hearing in one of two ears, and, instead of hearing sounds, I hear a loud ringing noise. I experience dizziness and vertigo as well. Sometimes my vision goes funny. I have no idea what's going on with my body. If you are reading this and know what's going on, can you PLEASE PLEASE respond as soon as you can? Thanks for your time.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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