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I had a Colposcopy and after that my period was late, then when It came 1 1/2 month later it was light, but then 2 weeks later I was having a pink spotting (only when I cleaned my self) for 5 days. Since then it been 2 1/2 months and I have not seen a period. I always cramp but dont see any period at all.
Can someone please give me an opinion because I am getting worried. By the way, I am 44 years old, and never had a problem like that.
HPV has nothing to do with your periods... To my knowledge, such missing menstural cycles starts after the age of 45 or so... I would suggest you to see some OB/GYN or post the question of missed menstural cycles on the related forum... All the way, this is not related to HPV... Further, colposcopy has nothing to do with this issue as well...
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