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Planning for child. Started having irregular periods. Feeling dizzy and frequent urination. What's wrong?

hie i am dimple i am 22 & i regularly get my periods in 28 days last mth i got it in 25 days & this mnth i got it on 34th day though i had all the symptoms of pregnancies i had dizzyness food cravings & frequent urinations we were expecting as we r planning for a baby. if i bleed only for 2 days can i be pregnant & wat may be the reason for a late period
Asked On : Tue, 13 Mar 2012
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Welcome to Healthcare magic forum.

Some bleeding or spotting can occur during early weeks of pregnancy.

So you could still be pregnant and this could be not your usual period but pregnancy associated bleeding.This happens when the embryo gets implanted in the uterus , hence also called implantation bleeding.

Other causes could be an ectopic pregnancy, an early miscarriage ,placental abnormalities or a menstrual cycle delayed due to stress & hormonal imbalances.

The first thing you should do is get a urine pregnancy test and if positive an ultrasound and blood beta hcg levels.

This can confirm your pregnancy and the cause of the bleeding.

Alternatively you may consult your gynaecologist if the pregnancy test is negative to evaluate for any hormonal problems.

Hope that answers your query.

Answered: Tue, 13 Mar 2012
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