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Please keep in mind that this doesn’t apply to everyone, but most men in hundreds of millions of women’s experiences do not simply want to chat. It is not in my intentions to personally attack you, but just by looking at your initial question, I can see a lot of indications of what you want. You listed your age, the fact that you are lonely, and your apparent intentions. I forget if you mentioned women in your original question or not... so I’ll leave that part out. By the way, I say ‘women’ because I am assuming that you are heterosexual. Most men who seek people online to “chat” are not simply looking to have a conversation. They usually want something. Once again, I’m not trying to attack you, this is mainly more of what millions of women (including myself) have personally experienced. I could be completely wrong about the previous statements, but there are only a few thousand genuine people out of the seven billion inhabiting this planet. I try to see the best in people, but I have been forced to keep my guard up when it comes to men. If you actually want to talk, I can do so, but I cannot give you anything other than a simple friendship. There you go. That is my reason.

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Is it possible that I have endometriosis? I’ve been getting cramps everyday for 3 years 😭

A licensed professional is the only person who can diagnose you with endometriosis. You need to schedule an appointment with a specialist instead of asking random people on the internet. In my personal knowledge, you should take your lifestyle into account. Think about medications, recreational drugs, your diet (including your water intake on a daily basis), your overall physical health, current health problems, etc. If there are areas that need to be improved, take the initiative to do so. After you read this, you need to make a list of all symptoms you experience, even if it doesn’t seem to be related to your cramps. Make sure they don’t occur only once every year or longer. The symptoms you write down need to be common. Of course, your lifestyle (examples listed above) could certainly influence the way you feel on a daily basis, therefore affecting your symptoms. Take the list to a doctor and they will run some tests to diagnose you or at least alleviate some of your symptoms. If you have a medical emergency, please go the nearest emergency room or call 911 immediately. I hope you get some relief and a diagnosis. I understand how frustrating the pain and obliviousness to your problem can be. Have a good one!

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