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Forum Name: Gynecology
Question: SCARED - PERIOD TOO SHORT !
|Melani - Tue May 10, 2005 7:18 am||
I have pcos and last year had irregular periods.
Since this year however, with treatment and dietary changes, I have been having regular cycles. But the length of them is still settling down.
The period before this last one started 6 April 2005 (38-day cycle)
My periods usually last 3 full days, and the 4th day is just sort of peters out.
This last cycle started on Sunday, 8 May (32-day cycle)
I started Clomid (25mg a day) on Day 2 of my cycle, which was yesterday.
I have been quite dry today (Day 3), except for some light bleeding. This is quite unusual for me.
I'm just worried as to what might be happening.
I did a pregnancy test on 6 May, which was negative, and then my period started, so I guess I can safely exclude pregnancy ?
Is it the clomid that has caused this ? What if I am pregnant - I've already taken Clomid ?What should I do ?
|Theresa Jones, RN - Wed May 11, 2005 8:38 am||
I would not be exceptionally concerned over your cycle altering in this amount, and if you have just recently taken a pregnancy test (pregnancy is unlikely but not impossible). Call you physician's office, explain to them what is going on, if there is a reason for concern or in their opinion you should discontinue the clomid (which is unlikely) they will guide you.
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