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Missed period, bleeding only when urinating. History of breast cyst

Greetings, I am very concerned about missed period (last time it was begining of Dec.) then Jan 11 I had a period of only a day and then again it started on March 8 lasted a couple of days only (last few months very extremely stressful and my diet was not good). ASince March 8 till now I basically meanstruate only when urinating :( it's been more than a month (in the meantime I also had a breast cyst which is now feeling better). Just wanted to add that on March 17 I again had a short bleeding (just during the night). This is the first time this bleeding is happening (earlier it was usually missed period when I had excessive stress). Thank you very much
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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hi.. thanks for using HCM..
you are having menstrual bleeding only when you urinate..
you have not mentioned about the age and type of delivery..
you could be having fistula..
see your gynaecologist and urologist..
all the very best..
Answered: Fri, 5 Jul 2013
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