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Concerned about longer menstrual cycles - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Menstruation and Miscarriage
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
Doctor :   please proceed with your health query
User :   i am not getting my menses on correct dates.what should i do for that?
Doctor :   when was your last menstrual period?
User :   march 1st
Doctor :   when was the menstrual period before this one?
User :   i don't remeber
Doctor :   what is the usual time gap you used to have between your periods?
User :   this time i think so 43 days.Today i got menses
Doctor :   were your periods regular before?
User :   yes but gaps were there
Doctor :   few women tend to have menstrual cycles that are about 35-45 days length
Doctor :   with bleding varying from 5-7 ays
Doctor :   *days
User :   i got my menses on march 1st and after how many days should i get my menses?
User :   today i got menses
Doctor :   if your periods have been coming within 40-45 days in last few episodes
Doctor :   then you might get your periods again after 40-45 days gap
User :   ok
Doctor :   taking day1 as first day of bleeding
Doctor :   have you followed what I said?
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