So for almost a year now my periods have been weird. I used to get them on the 15th of the month regularly and then one month I ended up having 2, the 15th then the 4th and then my periods came regularly on the 4th of each month. The strange thing is I still had all the signs I was gonna have a period when the 15th came again. I would cramp and feel bloated and moody but no period. Around the end of each month I would experience the signs again for my period and would start around the 4th. A couple of months ago I had a 2nd period again around the 15th of the month. Again around the end of the month I experienced really bad cramps and other signs I was gonna start my period and when those were done I noticed a little spotting but never had my period. I am still waiting to see if I am gonna have it again on the 15th but I am starting to experience the cramping and moodiness again so I probably will.
It is just frustrating first of all to not know what day my period will start but even more frustrating that I seem to experience the signs twice a month instead of just before I start.
I do have an IUD, I am 26 years old 5'6" 145 lbs if any of that helps.View Thread
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