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Do I have painful periods due to messy medicine schedule ?

Hi about a month my cycle came on a week late. It was not heavy when it decided to come on but it was enough for me to wear something. Well ever since then it has not gone off. So for about 3 weeks now my period has been on one day off the next with heavy discharge in between time. I cramp sometimes and sometimes I dont until recently. My cramping was so severe last night that I went to the E.R. only to return home bc of the long wait. I am in less pain as I write but still in pain. I am married so pregnancy could be possible and I was always having to double up on my pills bc i often forget to take them. Any idea why I am in so much pain?
Asked On : Mon, 7 Feb 2011
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First thing take a pregnancy test.If its negative then take an ultrasound.If its positive you had a missed abortion.You may need a curretage in such a case.
Answered: Tue, 8 Feb 2011
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