Hi all new to this , im mum of 5 boys . Used to have a cycle of well every 6 wks from a young age . They started going out of control when i started Prozac, infact they almost stopped completly after my 5th son. Had my last period 2 dec , Iam not pregnant as far as i know . I have thick yellow discharge ( Not infected ) as this colour of CM has always been normal for me . I have since stopped prozac about 4 wks ago in hope of my motabilisim and periods getting back to normal . My question is . why the CM ( Cervical mucus ) but no period ?? My doc took blood for me to test for PCOS which came back as normal . I would just like for menstrual flow to be normal . What do you think is going on ? Confused.com )View Thread
Hi there Carrie , thanks so much for your reply . I have just started a period yesterday .Yaaay . I have been taking a lot of stuff like> Evening Primrose oil (1000mg) per day >zinc ( 50 mg ) per day calcium plus vitamin D (400mg) per day> Vitamin B6 (10mg) per day ..then jst added 4x 530mg tabs of Dong Quai per day about 5 days ago . I'm thinking that it is the Dong Quai that may have brought my period on along with the other stuff , but since i ahve started bleeing , does this mean that i must have ovulated at some point in my cycle or can Dong Quai just cause you to bleed with out ovulation occurring ??? .. I have stopped Dong quai as of frm today because since learned that you are not supposed to take them during your period . Should i continue taking Dong Quai when my period ends ? I am not sure if the Dong Quai helped or maybe my period was about to happen because i've stopped the prozac.. ? yr help is much apreciated . Thanks Donna xView Thread
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