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1 am 41 had csection and tubes tied and burned14 mos ago with birth of daughter. I am over 2 weeks late for period. Took pregnancy test negative 3 x. Very tired, cramping like period coming, lower back pain, headaches. Any clue what is going on with body. Had some vaginal clear discharge the week I was do for period.
Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that you are within the age range for peri-menopausal symptoms. It is not at all uncommon to miss a period or have irregular bleeding in the 40s and 50s. I advise my patients to keep track of their bleeding, but I don't get too concerned unless they begin bleeding heavily or too often. Good luck! Dr b
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