I am getting very close to pre-menapause and now hace irregular periods. Meaning that they amy flow is much heaver for the first two days and then tapers way down. sometimes it can last for almost two weeks and oter time three days. My cycle has alway been exactly every 28 days so I have always know when to be care as to not get pregnant. I am going to be 48 this month. I think my last period was less then 4 week ago. I just had intercourse with my boyfriend and now have my period. Long story short. Can intercourse bring on an early period? Kristin
How are you? Can you elaborate if the bleeding is due to a regular period and not from postcoital bleeding? During perimenopause, the frequency between periods start fluctuating considerably and women do not properly develop and release a mature egg every month as they should normally. Also, changes in the menstruation cycle may be brought about by hormone changes, stress, illness, too much exercise, gynecological conditions and even fatigue. If other symptoms occur like pain, abnormally heavy or prolonged menstruation, you may need to have this checked by your doctor for proper evaluation. Take care and do keep us posted.
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