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Trying to conceive. Thyroid test normal. Getting regular, painful and scanty periods. What is the problem?

hi!I am 27yrs married woman.. i have my periods every 29-30 days...a day before my periods i get a brownish discharge & the next day my period starts but its scanty..but painful( ive always had painful periods),d flow is red bt lasts for 2 days & then from the 3rd day i might have a red spot or not..this lasts for 5 days...what is the reason for this?my thyroid tests are normal..I ve been trying to conceive for the past 2 years..
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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Hi sadiqa786, your periods are not heavy and the flow you have described may be normal. The pains that you experience could be due to varied reasons most commonly may be due to polycystic ovary disease, pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis or no explained cause. As you are also trying to concieve it would be best to visit a gynecologist and get yourself evaluated for the same and during the course of investigation they will be able to find any cause for dysmenhorria(pain ful periods) if any. In the meanwhile you could start doing some exercise or yoga to keep yourself fit and to lose weight if you are overweight. Yoga helps in releiving cramps and helps in decreasing pain during periods. Take care!
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