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Light periods, low WBC count, stiff knee and neck. Can anyone help?

My periods are becoming almost non exsistant. Last one i had was 3 weeks ago and it was very light and lasted maybe 3 days and before that it had been 6 weeks before i had one. Then my blood work showed I had a low white blood count. and I have also had a stiff knee and neck . I should be getting insurance soon to find out something. Can anyone help?
Asked On : Thu, 10 May 2012
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Your query should also include your age, as that it an important factor in diagnosis. Offhand, I'd say you seem to be osteoporotic, having aches and pains in both neck and knee. If you are approaching middle-age or past it, I think maybe scanty periods is not so much an issue as improvement in general health, physiotherapy- exercises for neck and quadriceps, plus calcium and vitamin D supplements, as well as bone density estimations.
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