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Spotting instead of periods, lightheadedness with dizziness, nausea. any suggestions?

My period has always been regular cycle and about 4 days long. This month my period was due and I had spotting only rather than a period. Very little. And now today, a week later, I have dark (almost black) bleeding . Again very light. Not sure if I should be concerned or not?...... All last week I had dizzy and light headed spells. And have had moments of feeling very nauseous some days. Along with exhaustion........ Any input?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Age ??

If age is less than 40 then it can be a normal aberration, however keep in mind the following.
was the period on time or delayed ?
Such an episode would need an investigation to rule out a missed abortion.
the clue of feeling light headed and nauseated is perhaps an indication of pregnany.

If the period was not delayed and pregnancy is not a possibility, u may be approaching menopause.

Answered: Mon, 23 Sep 2013
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