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Symptoms Of Being On Your Period
Not necessarily: Reasons for missed/late periods: low body weight, obesity, marked weight ^ or v, over-exercise, endurance athletics, breast-feeding, ^ stress, illness, eating disorders (bulimia or anorexia), anovulatory cycle (no egg released), travel, hormone irregularities, drug use, meds (i.e., birth control) or medical problems (polycystic ovary syndrome or asherman’s syndrome). #1 reason is pregnancy. Take a. ...Read more
NO, THAT IS MORE OF: A hormonal fluctuation issue rather than ibs. ...Read more
Hi, Why is my menstrual period smells bad? It started out of nowhere, and im very nervous of what's going on. Can you help. I have no symptoms just odor.
Vomiting: Most women do not experience vomiting with menses. Other symptoms do overlap, so best to get a pregnancy test. Oddly enough, some women have "cycles" in early pregnancy. These are not cycles at all, but threatened miscarriage or could mean abnormal pregnancy such as tubal pregnancy (needs urgent care). Preg tests are so easy now that it is best to have one. ...Read more
My PMS and menstrual period symptoms are diffrent last 3 months. Was diagnosed with corpus luteal cyst but got period, would it be gone now?
Likely: Corpus luteum cysts often resolve in several weeks but can take up to 2 months to resolve. In general they don't tend to change your cycle or your hormones much at all. Pms symptoms frequently change and that can be due to diet such as sugar and caffeine worsen pms, worsen with stress, often improve with exercise. ...Read more
My menstrual period is in 10 days. I feel fatigue and bloated. Is it too early for pms, or can symptoms present this far out from my start date?
Period may be early: 10 days before the expected period is a little early for premenstrual symptoms, but it's possible. It's also possible your period will come a bit early. ...Read more
I had my last menstrual period april 18, with one day light spotting may 9th, within the month of may I was feeling the whole early pregnancy symptoms?
Pregnancy test: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections & hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
Last normal menstrual period was 7 weeks ago. Bled 20 days later but lighter than normal. Red for one day no clots. Some spotting for 2 days later. Negative hpt 3 days ago. No pain some pg symptoms.?
I have symptoms of pregnancy. It is 15 days late after menstrual period...By hpt the result is negative...Wht to do doctor?
Anal sex only, feel like I'm pregnant but no pregnancy symptoms, period came on time lasted only 5 days instead of 6 menstrual period (red). Pregnant?
Impossible!: If you truly were only penetrated through your anus there is no way sperm could have moved out of your anus and into your vagina and then up thru you cervix and thru your Fallopian tubes to find an egg. Of course, in the heat of the moment, . .. The most sure fire check is a pregnancy test but you say other things are negative. You are not pregnant. ...Read more
Hi- my 32yr old has symptoms of painful breasts, spotty menstrual period, fluctuating hi fever. CBC showed no flu, but she was put on Tamiflu (oseltamivir). No chg?
Some women do: Experience nausea & other GI upset with their period. Probably the simplest way to reduce nausea is with ginger. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organ ginger & steep x 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. ...Read more
Sleep cycle changes: If you are feeling pain during that time of the month, you may experience a lighter than usual sleep cycle with more awareness REM pattern sleep and thus dreams or nightmares. There are also some fluctuations of serotonin levels associated with the monthly cycle which can affect dreams and awareness of dreams. ...Read more
Drug test: Help in what sense? . Please clarify. ...Read more
Periods don't cause.: Generally, getting a nosebleed is about having an irritation inside the nasal cavities, where the blood supply is rich. During your period, hormone levels rise, which contribute to dilation of veins. The same dilation of veins in your nose may contribute, if an irritation causes a sore / crust / scab in the mucous membranes lining your nose. See an ENT to get to the bottom of the problem. ...Read more
Most clots passed from the vagina are accumulations of small amounts of blood over time, like overnight or caught in a fold of the vagina, before passing, with a patients increased physical activity.
The blood may be from "break through uterine bleeding", a lesion or sore on the cervix, or something from the vaginal wall.
All abnormal bleeding should be evaluated. ...Read more
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Unlikely: Having said it unlikely, blepharitis has it's own cycle of ups and down and we are not sure why, could be related to hormones. Lack of tears which can worsen symptoms of blepharitis does seem to have a hormonal connection in some. Do your cleansing, take your prescribed medicines and you should get better although you may feel on some days much worse. ...Read more
After being on your period for a full 7 days is it normal to spot after? I've recently had an abortion in december at 13 weeks along
Spotting: Not all bleeding is a period, so while that was probably your period, it may have been just vaginal bleeding. If you have prolonged spotting, especially if cramping also, you need to see your provider to make sure there is no retained pregnancy tissue. A termination after 12 weeks is more associated with retained products of conception. A pelvic ultrasound is probably warranted. ...Read more
Reflex pain: The innervation of the uterus comes from the nerves of the sacral plexus. What you are experiencing is known as a viscerosomatic reflex. The uterus will cause referred pain to the low back area. ...Read more
Usually Not: It's not normal to have blood in your urine. It may be a sign of an infection, a kidney stone or other pathology. If you take too much aspirin, it may affect your kidneys. Without a thorough history, I can't tell what is happening. If it resolves, then good but if it persists definitely get in touch with your doctor and let them know your symptoms. In the meantime, drink plenty of water. ...Read more
Yes: A woman may retain fluid at this time ...Read more
Yes: Because if you are on actual period then you are not pregnant. ...Read more
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