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I am having period only for 1-2 days and i am on microgynon

hi i am on MICROGYNON and have been for over a yr now, for the past 4 month my periods have changed from 3-5days to 1-2days most very light no need to wear tampon or anything by second day. taken pregnancy test could this be something to worry about the 1st month it was like this i had headaches and was feeling nausea and tired sometimes a bit down. i have started to feel what i can only describe as pulling pains yesterday so think i have a uti booked into doctors for friday is it worth mentioning all this or not? I have had a child who is 21months so i know what to expect. Is it normal to feel like this and only have a 1 day period?
Asked On : Mon, 14 Mar 2011
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic. From the symptoms oligomenorrhea is an important possibility. It is infrequent or occasional very light periods. It could be due disease of thyroid gland like thyrotoxicosis, hormonal imbalance, pcos (cyst in ovary) or benign tumors in pituitary etc.

I suggest you to get it examined from a gynecologist and get a thyroid profile, hormonal studies and ultrasound uterus done.
Hope it helps. Regards.

Answered: Mon, 14 Mar 2011
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