For the past several months. I am 45. First day is heavy. The first sign of the period is flaky, like dried blood, after that, first day is heavy, second and third day light. Never used to be like this. Had ultrasound done for pelvic pain, but was told results that showed thickened endometrial lining was due to the time of month the ultrasound was taken. I don't trust these doctors. I have pain before my period that I never ever had before and today, (third day of period) terrible bloating. NEVER HAD BLOATING or problems. I am concerned of cancers, but doctors dont seem to be. Scared.
My period has been the same way for several months. Went from 6 days to three terrible bloating and right groin pain that starts three days or so prior and lasts for a week! Worried myself but no insurance
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