Postpartum and no period. Could I have ovarian cysts?

Possible or normal. The postpartum period usually extends for 6 weeks after the birth. Some women will have menstrual periods during this time and some won't. Breastfeeding can delay the onset of periods.

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8 weeks postpartum, 1st period is black, sometimes pelvic pain when sneezing, and painful intercourse, could it be ovarian cysts or is it normal?

Still healing. The first period after birth may be abnormal, but usually corrects the next time. Your other symptoms way reflect your body still healing, so give it some more time. If you are concerned, go see your GYN. Read more...

Tubes tied and ovarian cysts with no period since may what could this mean? Had a baby in april this year

Not sure. Without a history I can't tell what is going on. You had a baby in April and sometimes some women do not get their periods until months after a pregnancy. If you are breastfeeding, that may be the cause of your amenorrhea. The cysts you mention may be normal cysts or may signify another process. Tying tubes does not affect your period. You will need to be evaluated by an OBGYN for diagnosis. Read more...

I am on loestrin 24 fe for about a year with sometime no period or just light. Also this month pain on right side - could it be ovarian cysts?

Pelvic pain. Given that you are on birth control, the chance of ovarian cysts and pregnancy are certainly decreased. First, the lighter or absent periods is common on the pill. Second, the lower dose pills might be associated with less effective suppression of cyst formation. You need to perform a pregnancy test, and if your pain is significant, you need to contact your doctor for an exam and ultrasound! Read more...

3months no period, 3 hpt all pos. Had ovarian cyst that gave off false positive b4, is it possible its happenig again???

Pregnant. if you have 3 positive test you are pregnant. Politely I am skeptical about your previous cyst: many ovarian cysts can cause skipped periods, but only 1 can give a positive hCG and it is a unusual tumor so I doubt you had that. Good news and good wishes. Read more...