im 14 weeks pregnant and 3 days= 3 months= 1st trimester i had a miscarriage last year and i was bleeding last month and the baby was still fine this time im having brown spotting that has not stopped for the past couple of days im not having no pain but the brown spotting is coming down a lot i had blood come down on the 8th and then brown spotting ever since then. my doctor sad it was normal but it hasnt stopped please help me...View Thread
I'm about 29 weeks pregnant but/and today I passed some/a decidual cast. It was triangular and for sure not them passing out as a miscarriage. So far everything I've read is very complicated and I just want to know if this is something that is relativity normal?View Thread
Hello,[br>[br>I would greatly appreciate some professional advice on what causes estrogen deficiency in...
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Hello,[br>[br>I would greatly appreciate some professional advice on what causes estrogen deficiency in young women if not pituitary tumor, eating disorder, premature menopause or ovarian failure - which all have been ruled out. [br>[br>I recently went to an endocrinologist for treatment of secondary amenorrhea. My doctor took a blood panel of my hormones and results indicated i was deficient of estrogen (such a low amount that it was un-measurable). I was also low on a few other hormones (testosterone, progesterone). Since this time, I have began taking birth control pills for the hormones, even though I am not sexually active (no desire). My concern is that the cause of my estrogen deficiency was never determined. We ruled out pituitary tumor (I had an MRI just of my pituitary) and also ovarian failure (my gyno said my ovaries are just fine). Nothing stood out about my thyroid test results. I am not anorexic - I have in fact put on some weight. since i stopped getting regular periods. My doctor just said my pituitary is not functioning correctly. [br>[br>Are there any other tests that I need? I got an MRI of only my pituitary gland - is it possible that I should consider a full brain MRI? Could this be diet related? In the past I have had a lot of stress (in college) but I have less stress now, just a bit of depression.[br>[br>Any advice/suggestions/ similar stories would be greatly appreciated. Please let me know if you have any questions or want more details. I have access to all of my blood panel test results online. [br>[br>Thank you kindly,[br>BritView Thread
Hi, this is my first post and thus may be a little tmi, so sorry in advance.
I had a period in June (6/17-6/23) and my normal period is heavy the first 2-3 days (large clots) then starts to taper off. I then was due for my period 7/18, and it never came. Now, I do have PCOS and as of lately, my periods have come when they're supposed to (I track everything from this app I downloaded), but my July period was almost 3 weeks late (19 days). First thing that came to my mind was pregnancy (I've been using condoms, and I know they didn't break) so I took 2 tests when I was 2 1/2 weeks late (both were neg) and then I finally started lightly bleeding on 7/31. Now, this isn't like a normal period for me. I always have to use the ultra tampons plus a pad for the first 3-4 days due to me always passing clots, which causes my tampon to leak. Now, I only had to use a light tampon, and I always try to change it every 3-4 hours. When I do, there is only a tiny bit of blood. Which is very unusual.
I am now going on day 10 of my period, and this morning I wiped and there was a medium sized clot. Now, I did have sex last night (protected). Could the clot be caused by me having sex ? And any reason why I'm still bleeding ?View Thread
I am having pain in clitoral area since 3-4 days. This pain is very sharp and comes when walking or bending down. When I do 3-4 times hot tub sit up it does not pain me but the day when i will not do it pains. Please suggestView Thread
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