It all started when I was due for my period on 11/25 . I missed my period for of 7 days . So on the 4 &5th day I missed my period I took a test thursday night and friday morning they both came back negative . So on thursday I noticed I had to use the restroom more then normal and each day it got more intense . So Sunday night I wen to the er because I thought maybe I had a uti or bladder infection . So come to find out I didnt have either and my preg test came back negative as well . So I"m still having to use the restroom more and more and I'm also feeling dizzy and headaches like before . However , my period has came as of today but it isn't normal . What could this be ? If I'm not pregnant and dont have a bladder or uti . I'm getting concerned ..
Time to see a specialist, ie: Obgyn :-). Obviously this has you concerned. Only way to truly know what's going on down there. But if there were no doctors left on the planet, I would guess your hormones, probably estrogen, may be out of whack. Did they draw your blood at the ER?
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