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Many time my period is late for 10days or two weeks. That means it comes after a mnth& 2weeks, why? I had pelvic ultrasound and it's all good..

Irregular periods . Irregular periods are a very common problem. We cannot always determine the reason why many times we can fix it. Birth-control pills or other hormone treatments are very effective to help manage irregular menstrual cycles. Read more...

Been off Depo-Provera for a year off pill since may. Ongoing period of 2 weeks. Pelvic ultrasound came back normal?

Irregular periods. 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...

20yr old.5'3 60kg. No period for 4 months. Took Duphaston twice a day for 7 days until 2 days back. Normal pelvic ultrasound. When will I get my period?

Likely soon. If you have gone months without a period, and your ovaries have produced some estrogen during that time, then your endometrial lining will have accumulated. As long as you're not pregnant, the Progesterone medication that you took should trigger your lining to shed. It can take several (3-4) days to start bleeding after finishing the medication. If estrogen levels were too low, you won't bleed. Read more...

Are Hcg blood tests and pelvic ultrasound results accurate 3 and a half weeks after a missed period?

Yes and no. The blood tests may be accurate, but you are early. The ultrasound is absolutely not accurate. It was done at least three weeks too early. Read more...

I'm 47. For past 5 months I've had the worst menstral cramps I've ever experienced monthly followed by NO period. CT & Pelvic Ultrasound was normal.?

Not likely menstrual. If you are not having menstrual cycles then it is not very likely that cramps you are feeling are menstrual cramps. An exam and testing is needed to determine the cause. If your sonogram and CT scan are normal then gyn causes are less likely. Consider seeing a GI doctor to be evaluated for irritable bowel syndrome or other intestinal causes of pain and cramping. Read more...