Thu 28 Sep, 2017 07:40 am
So recently I've been feeling pretty sick and tired. My period is late, my breasts are sore, loss of appetite, I've thrown up, I constantly feel the need to throw up throughout the day, and I have this spot in the back that is in pain. I'm worried because last month I started having a pregnancy scare because I had many of the symptoms and my period was light, late, and short (very unusual for me) plus others. So the fact that my period is late is scaring me again. I'm thinking maybe how I feel right now is PMS but the whole throwing up thing isn't normal and it's scaring me because I'm thinking about morning sickness plus it''s pretty late. I'm just 16, and as dumb as it sounds I've never had intercourse or done stuff with a guy like that so I know all this sounds dumb but I have done stuff with myself and I'm worried somehow I may be? Like gotten stuff on my hands or something? Please ease my worries. I really appreciate it. Also, you can look at my other posts to get more of the story.
The previous advice to see a doctor is right on.
It's time to make an appointment.
I made one a while ago but they said it was probably due to the stress of starting school. I doubt my mom would want to take me again because she always thinks it''s stress. Do you think there is a medical issue I have?
You need to know that
1. Pregnancy does not happen when a woman masturbates. Stop worrying about that.
2. You have a lot of pre-menstrual symptoms. Find out how to get some relief from your Dr. Call the Dr.'s nurse if needed.
3. Stress and anxiety can make people nauseous. Be sure you eat correctly and cut out pop and junk food.
4. Try to exercise- even just take a walk- to help with anxiety.
You are 16. Make your own doctor's appointment. Your mother doesn't need to be part of it.
Talk to the doctor directly about your concerns, go for counselling if recommended.
You definitely need a good sex education class - is it offered at your school?
Hormones make you do all sorts of wonderfully fantastic stuff.
Go get a pregnancy test from the store, they are cheap and fairly reliable.
I also support the idea of some sex ed and maybe some general physical education so you can understand how the body works and how babies come about.