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Change Of Period Cycle
Yes: One change in dates alters the whole cycle for that month and subsequent months. ...Read more
The menstrual cycle begins with the shedding of the uterine lining, resulting in bleeding from the vagina. A few weeks later, one ovary releases an egg and the uterine lining thickens in preparation for a potential pregnancy. Pregnancy can occur at this stage if sperm fertilizes the egg. If the egg is not fertilized, the egg will leave your body and ...Read more
Possibility of conceiving late in luteal phase? (1-2 days before next expected period or day of expected period) too late in cycle?
Yes: Usually conception is mid cycle, not just prior to an expected period, provided cycles are fairly regular. ...Read more
See you MD: There are many different reasons for a change in menstrual cycle including ovulation. Your md will ask about your history. Age , medical conditions like thyroid disease and diabetes, life stress, strenuous exercise, and eating disorders are a few things which can affect the menses. A blood pregnancy test may be considered. ...Read more
Brown blood with discharge instead of normal heavy flow on the exact expected time of period. Last month skipped period, what can it be?Periods irreg.
Period Record10&11 November- spotting12-15th normal period flow November 16-17 spottingWhats happening..never had this kind of cycle before?
Get check up: When periods are abnormal it means there is a problem.Make an appointment with your gyn.to be evaluated. ...Read more
Spotting in 14thday of my menstrual cycle after stopping the pill could it be ovulation? Or just a cause of hormonal changes?
Either One: Could be a change with ovulation. Could also signify a slight drop in estrogen levels. It could also be that from being the pills previously the lining of the uterus is still thinned out and therefore more prone to lead to some mid cycle spotting. In any case likely nothing bad to worry about. ...Read more
PMS: Premenstrual symptoms are common and varied. I have seen lots of pms complaints, but 'flu-like', not yet. If you mean headache, absolutely. If you mean fatigue, you bet. But the fever that usually accompanies flu is not a premenstrual phenomenon, except that basal body temperature rises by about 1 degree during the ten days or so prior to menses. ...Read more
It can.: Birth control pills generally are designed to allow a period every 28 days. When there is spotting or unscheduled bleeding your doctor may change to a new formulation to stop it. Some pills are designed for a period every 3 months, and some people will skip their periods or have very light bleeding or spotting on some oral contraceptives. ...Read more
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