Pain in Stomach! What's Going On?


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Today, I’m going to see the doctor. I’ve had two blood incident from ovary and I’m worried. Past three or four days, my stomach and ovary hurt so bad. I’m exremely sleepy. I had my first blood incident in June when I was in Norway. I thought I was pregnant but period came twice since then so I didn’t think much of it. But now that my private part feels different, I’m over eating curbs and my stomach feel like it’s stretching
… I really got to go to see the doctor. So I’m going today.

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