Hi everyone :-) hope your all well. I was just wondering if anyone could help or if any of you are like me. Basically I can off my pill in may a d I've had 2 periods by myself one cycle lasting 50 days n 1 last 69 days I'm now on my 71st day of this cycle. I thought I could have been pregnant as I was getting sore sensitive boobs tummy cramps and I was feeling sick but I took a test this morning and it was negative so I'm not pregnant. Does anyone have long cycles like me?? It's so horrible I think I'm on my own x
Prolonged cycles can be due to many reasons for delayed periods like - anaemia, unexplained or sudden weight gain or weight loss, hypothyroidism, and polycystic disease of the ovary and stress. You will need to get investigated. A scan may be done.
Consult your Doctor. Take care & good luck.
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