I had my iud removed in sep i had the non hormon one which i believe was paragard. but i had it for 6years. my period were normal oct-feb but jan it only lasted a day and a half then this month pretty much only a day. they normally lasted 3-5. after a little bit of blood then it was brownish stuff only when i wiped. I have taken several pregnanct test a couple weeks ago. Is this normal?View Thread
Thank you so much for responding. I would agree on number 3 i am only 28 so its not meopause, and im not on any meds. But i had blood work done a few weeks ago and it all came back normal. I had it checked for muscle pain but it was normal. Thyroid and all. I have no stomach pain or stress i just got my taxes back so money is good and im a stay at home mom. So maybe my diet im hungry then im not thats all over i guess. but defintely if its like that next month i will be seen. I told the nurse at my doctors office already and she just said watch it. So will see next month thank you so much jane.View Thread
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