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Irregular periods, last long, have not got periods since months, stomach getting big, not pregnant, had myoma removal during delivery. Cause?

i got married at 31, got pregnant by 32. during my 4th month of pregrnancy i almost lost the baby because of myoma, however, i gave birth to the baby by 8months. the myoma was also removed during my cs delivery. and after delivery i got irregular periodds. however, when my period arrives the period will last for almost 3 weeks. now since my last period last april i didnt have any period yet i am not pregrant. i get fat and my stomach gets big, what could be happening? thanks
Asked On : Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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The most probable cause of your irregular periods is some hormonal disturbance ,lack of exercise as well as distortion of uterine cavity because of surgery of myoma .
Get your USG done to see the growth of any new myoma.
Thyroid function and Hb test should be done .
Change your life style and dietary habits.
You may need medication in the form of hormones and iron ,vitamins supplementation.
Thanks .
Answered: Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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