Hi I am 21 and jus had a period 2 weeks ago and i have another now but neither of them were like my normal cycle as my normal cycle is accompanied w cramps and sore breast as these have not and they are much lighter and not as long could this be implantation bleeding?
Hi,thanks for query.It is possible due to some hormonal imbalance.There could be other reasons also.But it is difficult to comment that it is from implantation or not.Wait for some time,if things do not settle talk to your doctor.some times some drugs,too much of anxiety can lead to disturbances in the cycle.bye.
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