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Getting less period flow since few months, have sex during periods. Could that be the reason?

from last 6 to 8 months i am getting very less of blood flow in my periods .just i get some bleeding on 1 day n second day it very less n third day just spot of blood on my pad.please tell what would be reason n remedy for this.i just want to share 1 more thing with u we had sex once during my period would be that reason for less blood flow.sorry to say i could not pay your fees for my quiery
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Thanks for query,
Sex during menstrual flow does not give you any complication.
The scanty period is due to your endomerium preparation.
due to hormonal surge & withdrawal you get your endometrial thickness during each cycle & it sheds in menstrual period.
Some times due to hormonal level it is thick & some times it is thin .so flow of period depend upon it.
Hormonal level is depends upon anxiety,stress etc
so nothing to worry for it.
Answered: Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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