ladies with hypothyroidism how long do your periods last? lately mine have been over twenty days.
I'm pretty sure i had an ovarian cyst rupture a couple nights ago and I'm still not feeling too hot any tips to help with the nausea? or with the dizziness
I've been having my period for almost 8 weeks and hadn't stopped. obgyn says it's likely due to pcos and suggested birth control but I don't like taking hormone pills. today it's gotten heavier with cramps. I'm seeing eastern doctor and took some herbal medication.
after having sex I am bleeding almost like a period but only after then it stops. why is this?
I am now 22, I started my period when I was 13. I've never had regular cycles. I usually skip a month or two. But it has now been 6 months since I've had a period. I'm not pregnant. hasn't bled since October 2021, but I still have discharge and I still get cramps sometimes. I also have had chronic headaches every day. fatigue, hot flashes, and lower sex drive. I feel like I'm experiencing menopause but I'm only 22. Has anyone else gone through or known anyone who has gone through menopause at a young age?
So I have had my period for 2 months. I went to 3 doctors and they all said it’s normal and due to stress. (Sounds contradictory). I have a dx of pcos. So like do I need to do anything? Or just wait? Anyone who has had this, what do you do to like take care of yourself and the symptoms like cramps, exhaustion, etc?
I’ve been under some extreme stress lately with my spouse being away.. basically being a single mom, running the house, handling finances, 2 jobs etc for almost 6 weeks. With one week home in between, which was suppose to be my period week. It never came. Many pregnancy tests are negative. I feel like I had a hot flash last night, and generally speaking I don’t sleep well either. Worried about what this may be? Menopause relates to the symptoms but I’m only 25.. post partum almost a year.
I have periods extremely irregular I have since my first one at 12 at first I was regular 2 months then I have 3 a month for a year then I skipped 3yrs and went to having them once every 3 months now it skips years and months and is all over the place, my doctor's know and never said anything like it's normal till recently my knew doctor told me that it's not normal any idea what would cause that? I do bleed heavier than average when I am on my period it lasts 1-2 weeks and I bleed enough I use night time pads and have to change every 1-2 hours and double at night, I also get very nauseous and have trouble walking I'm assuming from blood loss. I tried birth control but it stopped my periods completely sometimes and so I tried another type and it made them way to frequently like more than 1 a month less than a few days apart
So I have always been irregular but this time I am going on 7 months with no period. I’m not pregnant but before this happened I was trying for a baby around July and august and September of last year was my last period and idk what’s going on. Any suggestions as to what it may be
my period last 30 days long with big big clots any otc pills to help stop it or slow it
I’ve been struggling with my period for over 10 years now. It’s always extremely irregular and very painful. I’ve tried 4 different birth controls to regulate it and my gyn just told me she can’t run any tests to figure out a cause because I’m only 23. Any suggestions? I’m desperate.
My name is Ciara and I am 20 years old. I am obese, about 315 pounds. I have had hypothyroidism for about 2 years now, thus causing me to lose my periods and be infertile. This has led me into a deep depression at times. I wasn't raised to eat healthy at all, or exercise. I want to take control of my body now and quickly. Has anything helped you get your periods back or help with inferility? Which exercises will help with weight loss fast? Should I find a new doctor that will actually listen to me?
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