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Low hemoglobin. Delayed period. What does report suggest?

I m 37 yrs old. Since last few months i have below observations - 1. April 2012 - Low hemoglobin (count 10). Dr has prescribed levogin for 3 months. 2. Period got postponed this time. Last was Aug 9th 2012 and this time after taking regestrone on Dr s prescription, period started at 2nd Oct 2012. 3. On the same day, 2nd Oct, I did Ultrasound in the morning for irregular periods . The report is - Mildly bulky and measures 93x49x59 mm. Endometrium is 9 mm. No focla myometrial lesion seen. Overies - both normal. No e/o any collection seen in peritoneal cavity . IVC and Aorta appear normal. No e/o obvious lymphadenopathy seem in abdomen. Now Dr has advised to do ultrasound immeaditely after next period. My questions are - 1. Is this report / background indicates any abnormality? 2. Should I wait for next period to do ultrasound or I can do it now also (period ended on 6th oct 2012. Today is 11th Oct 2012).
Asked On : Sun, 14 Oct 2012
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Hello thanks for posting your query.

Low hemoglobin can itself be a cause for delayed or irregular period.

Your sonography reports is normal except the comment of bulky uterus which is usually seen before beginning of the menses. It is advisable that you wait till your next month period & repeat your sonography after periods.

Wish u Good Health.

Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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