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Abnormal periods with reduced bleeding and symptoms of pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   last month- I received my period for 3 days- this month- im 3 days late... Ive never missed my period- and the last sex i had was april 20th... what do I do?
Im seriously lethargic, swollen but not tender breasts, hot flashes, n highly irritable.
Doctor :   hi
User :   hey
Doctor :   when was your periods before this one?
Doctor :   have you been on any birth control measures?
User :   sat march 23rd
User :   no
User :   birth control
Doctor :   i recommend you to take a urine pregnancy test
User :   sat march 27th was my last period
User :   Ihad my period last month
User :   and this moth im 3 days late
Doctor :   and see if you are pregnant, since the duration of bleeding was less
User :   which never happened
User :   is it possible?
User :   I had my period last month
User :   n Im very late this week
Doctor :   lethargy, swollen and tender breasts, hot flashes, mood changes, nausea are early symptoms of pregnancy
User :   I go accordingly to the 28 day cycle
User :   shit
User :   cant be
User :   I had my period last month
Doctor :   was it like your usual period?
User :   3 days
User :   less
Doctor :   was the bleeding and other symptoms same as your normal period?
User :   usually i go for 5 days
Doctor :   women are known to have period like bleeding even though they are pregnant
User :   Thank you So much- I could be Preggo huh?
Doctor :   as teh uterus is not completely filed during the first 3 months with the babay
Doctor :   *baby
Doctor :   so the endometrium shedding happens from the rest of uterus as periods.
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