Okay, this will be a little lengthy so I'm apologizing in advance....I have a 8 month old little girl and a 19 month old girl as well. Yes back to back, irish twins. I do have two older kids, but they are older. My youngest daughter was born 3/27/12 and I unexpectedly lost my mother just 4 days before she was born. Heartbreaking! I then moved two months later from TX to FL for work and have been a BUSY mother since. I told you all of this so you kind of have an idea of what my body has been through recently and what I've been going through mentally. It's been a tough year. So I just had my period Nov. 23, there was nothing abnormal at all about that period and the date of my period was right on time. Well I just started my period again last night. It started out like a normal period does, with the reddish brownish color and then became normal in color as the evening progressed, I have NEVER had abnormal periods in the past and now I'm freaking out. I go online and read it could be something as "simple" as hormones and stress, etc. etc. Then I see it could be a sign of cervical cancers or other cancers. So clearly I'm over here freaking out. I'm trying to find a new gyno here, but have yet to. Can you please offer me some insight, I tend to be a worry wort, unfortunately. I really would appreciate your opinion and help. P.S. my husband had the procedure, so the chances of my being pregnant are VERY minimal. Thanks!!!View Thread
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