I am 28 and had my tubes tied about 2 years ago. I had pretty regular periods untill the last 8 months. I am going about 2-3 months inbetween periods but every months I have all of the symptoms that go along, sore breasts, tierd, moody, but then no period. So I just started my period 2 days ago after not having one for almost 3 months and there is like pieces of flesh colored chunks coming out with my flow. they are not mucusy, they are solid. There has only been 2 but they are the size of a silver dollar. I dont have a doc apt. until thurs. and I am very worried. I have been so tierd, moody, very irregular in bowel movments as well, along with the really odd periods.View Thread
I have the same clearish mucusy discharge and I am not on BCP's. I have it on a constaint basis. every time I go to the bathroom and wipe the toilet paper is full of it. I am always having to wear panty liners.View Thread
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