Is it normal to have a late period following a laparsocopy? I had my lap done the 28th of last month (a few days before ovulation). My period was due on this Friday, and on Thursday I noticed small droplets of blood when showering (sorry if TMI), so I naturally thought it would arrive on the next day, on schedule, but I have yet to get to see AF (which I miss, so I can start injectibles). I'm now 3 days late.
I had sex the day before my lap as well as 8 days after. I've taken 2 hpts and were both negative. My questions are: "is this normal"? Has then happened to any of you? When can I expect my next cycle? Should I call the doctor?
Yes it can cause a late period. Your body under goes "stress" from these procedures and it can knock your AF out of schedule. When I had my laps my period was late also when I had my HSG which is pretty minor it caused my period to be a week late.
How long after your lap did you get your period , I did one on the 20th jan 2012 and I was suppossed to get my period on the 02 febr but it didn't sow up its the the 4th of febr today, I usually ovulate on the 21 /22 of every month , will that change , does that mean I will now ovulate on a different day?
I got my period about 3 1/2 weeks after my lap and it was a normal 5 day period. If your period is later than normal then yes your ovulation day will be later. How long is your cycle normally? Once you get your period you know that's cycle day 1 so I'd say to start Bding(baby dancing/having sex) around cd 10, every other day. Of course you need to get the go ahead before having sex from your dr after this surgery first!! Best of luck! :)
my period was a 3 weeks late and was abnormal for two cycles. breathe. Its frustrating when you know your cycle as well as you do, but while you are feeling better, it can take two-three months for the internal healing
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I had my laporascopy done in the day my period started. Got my next period after 32 days now it's 48 days after that 1 and still have no period! If this is a side effect off it why doesn't the hospital tell you!
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