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Painful hand, fluttering, had late period, tender breasts, heavy bleeding. PMS?

3 MONTHS AGO I HAD SYMPTOMS OF PREGANACY.. LATE PERIOD. TENDER BREASTS ECT, NEER BEEN LATE ONLY WHEN I WAS EXPECTING MY 2 CHILDREN/ i THEN STARTED BLEEDING VERY HEAVY IT WAS INCREDABLEY PAINFULLY AND VERY FRIGHTNING.. I WENT TO THE DOCTORS AND WAS TOLD I WASNT PREGNANT AND TO GO HOME AND TAKE PAIN RELIEF.. SINCE THEN THE PAIN IN MY RIGHT HAND IS VERY PAINFUL I AM PUTTING ON WIEGHT AND FEEL STRANGE FLUTTERING S. I WENT BACK TO THE DOCTOR AND WAS TOLD I WAS PMS?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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Hi,
In the current scenario, I would ask for a proper clinical evaluation followed by a trans-vaginal sonogram and also a hormone profile, if pregnancy has been excluded as the source of the bleeding. Hormonal imbalance can occur with weight disturbances, infections, stress of any sort, certain medications and hormone disorders like polycystic ovaries. So, proper management would need exclusion of these causes. Also, pain could be related or unrelated to the menstrual cycles and hence, should be evaluated properly. Hope this helps.
Answered: Tue, 17 Feb 2015
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