I actually have a semi-related question. Your 3rd comment might be the answer: Missed ovulations--with a missed ovulation the lining of the uterus does not shed all at once. This can result in a missed flow, a too-light flow (just part of the top layer is shed), or even prolonged/erratic flows
I have been off birth control for 3 months and trying to have a bbaby. Aug and Sept. I just got very very light spotting for a day or two. This happened a few times throughout those 2 months. Now in Oct., I got my period a little heavier but it is lasting more than 7 days.
I have been off of birth controls for 3 months now. I was getting very light bleeding for 1-2 days at a time multiple times a month. Now, this month, I have had a period for a little over a week. Is this normal? Should I be concerned about a long lasting period?View Thread
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