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Offline Mickayla

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Help? please.
« on: December 06, 2013, 10:59:55 PM »
I have been freaking out for over a month now and I just keep getting worse I keep thinking that theres something seriously wrong with me but there isn't, see I keep getting twitching in my lower abdomen and getting cramps in my sides and in different parts of my abdomen, I also I have this "swollen" like feeling at the top of my vajayjay and it's driving me insane i'm always searching things to get some type of answer but it always comes out as "you could be pregnant" or "you have tape worms" I cannot explain how many times I literally lost my ***** when ever I read those answers I almost cry honestly  :angry:
Can someone help me out please i'm really desperate here.  :fragend005:
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Re: Help? please.
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2013, 11:36:22 PM »
I know I sound annoying but i'm loosing my sh*t right now and i'm freaking out
I seriously need to know something.. :angry:
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Re: Help? please.
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2013, 12:18:04 PM »
Recently, I was getting this twitch in my abdomen that lasted for a couple of weeks off and on.
My daughter once was studying for exams at college and was under a lot of stress. She developed this
horrible eye twitch which was actually visible by us and it bothered her quite a bit. Once her exams were over, the
twitch stopped. Odds are your twitches and pains are due to anxiety and stress. If they really trouble you,
you could call your doctor and explain your concerns and symptoms in detail.
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