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Having irregular periods. Smear test normal. Have abnormal cervical cells removed. Concerned

FOR THE PAST TWO MONTHS I HAVE HAD 2 PERIODS EACH MONTH i have always had regular monthly periods, i am 30 years olday and have a 2 year old daughter, i had a smear test in febuary and it came back as normal. but i did have some severe abnormal cells removed last september and have been checked twice since and them checks came back as normal.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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The occurrence of frequent periods need necessarily not be related to the past history of abnormal cervical pathology. It could be due to some recent hormonal disturbance and needs to be evaluated separately. Perhaps you could relate some pelvic infection or urinary tract infection apart from frequent ovulation. Stress is another major factor that can contribute to such a situation. Please get a proper guided evaluation from an expert along with a trans-vaginal sonogram, blood profiles and so on. Hope this helps.
Answered: Sun, 30 Mar 2014
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