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Forum Name: Gynecology
Question: Abnormal Periods
|Sem1981 - Wed Feb 09, 2005 2:23 pm||
I have been on birth control for about 5 years and my periods have always been pretty normal. Last month my period started about 2 days later then normal and was very very light (normally it's moderate and then heavy for one day, and the period lasts about 5-6 days). This month i'm already about 3 days later then normally starting and haven't had any bleeding. Both months i hav had normal feelings before hand like i was going to start....cramping, sore breasts, etc. I took a pregnacy test yesterday, but it was negative.
In October I had a LEEP procedure done, but since then i have had normal periods, until these 2, so i don't know if that could influence it or not. I am 23, engaged, and have been dating the same guy for 5 years. What could be causing these abnormal periods?? Should I call my dr. and make an appointment??
|alaaelfeky - Thu Feb 17, 2005 7:12 pm||
Don.t worry... you probably will turn out to be normal...pills can cause the periods to become lighter than ususal or even disappear all together in some cases...but I really think you MUST HAVE a pregnancy test....... :roll:
:idea: you might be pregnant...
If the baby check turns out positive... please get an ultrasound examination ASAP to confirm that the pregnancy is in the normal place...
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