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wtf is wrong???

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 14, 2006
  • 01:36 AM

i am fifteen years old and for the past two years have suffered from extremely severe cramps accompanied with a lot of nause and sometimes frequent vomiting. This has been happening once a month and normally i would think it would have something to do with my period

except for the fact that i have never had a period in my life.

i have all the symptoms of puberty and yes my body has gone through all the changes. The only thing that is baffling both me and my doctors are the odd symptoms i experience once a month and the fact that i've never menstruated.

can someone please help me? i'm tired of being told that everything "seems" normal. i want to know wtf is wrong, it's been TWO years! i'm in high school, i have a life and it's frustrating that for those few days a month a can hardly even get out of bed.

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  • I would go to a natura-path and get hooked up to a bio-feedback machine. They'll scan your bio-frequencies and see what comes up. I literally walked in off the street, asked for the service, and a woman who didn't "know me from adam", basically told me what was wrong with me. It was the wildest experience I ever had. It's FDA approved, didn't hurt at all, and lasted for 45 minutes. My cost was $150 but was well worth solving the mystery. In Germany, they're using these bio-feedback machines with great success, instead of using chemo and radiation to treat cancer patients. And it costs a whole lot less. I think it's worth a shot to look into it and see what you can find out. Of course, the other option is to just wait until you get your period, but it sounds to me like you've got a blockage of some kind.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • October 14, 2006
    • 02:46 AM
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  • Or go to a OBGYN doctor and get a referral to an endocrinologist. I was recently diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome and was very lucky not to have any cysts on my ovaries thanks to birth control to regulate myself until recently finding out that what was going on with me wasn't normal either. I wasn't getting periods at all either.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • October 18, 2006
    • 04:29 PM
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  • Definitely see an OBGYN if you haven't yet. Severe cramping could be associated to endometriosis...that's when lining like the lining of your uterus grows outside of the uterus. I'm not sure if this can happen if you're not having your periods though.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • October 19, 2006
    • 04:48 AM
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  • What meds are you taking?
    emma_chase 9 Replies
    • October 19, 2006
    • 01:35 PM
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