Hi! If you were my patient, I would do a pregnancy test right away. If that was positive we go down one path, if negative, another. If positive, I would be concerned about a tubal pregnancy or miscarriage. If negative, I might not be too worried unless it is becoming a pattern for you to bleed every two weeks. One episode is nothing to be concerned about. More than one episode, and I would check some lab studies such as thyroid and prolactin. We could also discuss some ways to regulate your cycles AND provide contraception if needed. Good luck! Dr B
Yes!I feel very heavt in the breast and the stomach. Look big with lots of cramp and feel lazy at all times.sleep lots of the time ,with a bad nausea on my chest at all times.
What do you think is wrong with me.
I had ectopic pregnancy last year and removed the right fellopian tube ..and last week I we made love with ma man 4 ago this week I had brown dischage coming and cramps now am bleeding dark brown blood and the cramps r still there ....plz help
I had ectopic pregnacy last year they removed the right fellopian tube.and last we made love with ma man,4 days ago I had cramps and brown discharge coming and now am bleeding dark brown blood the cramps r still there
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