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Hi. For past few years I have light/brownish discharge which starts about a day before the period.. It does help as periods arent 'accidental' in my case but still I think I need to know WHY IS THAT? I never had sex or any hormonal therapy. Moreover I hv bn menstruating since the age of 9 and now I am 27, having severe mood changes and sometimes missing periods for past two years, could I be having menopasue? I got an ultrasound done a few months back and it showed a little fibroid in my uterus and I was told it was nothing to worry about before i get pregnant. Ladies with fibroid hv heavy bleeding but I am day by day getting lesser bleeding and havent had periods for past two months. Could anyone answer these things to me?
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It has been the same for me but I am older. You should get your fibroid check once a year for growth.  If you haven't had your period for 2 months is can be a hormonal disfunction. Fibroids tend to bleed and can start prior to your period. You should get a scan and check the measurement of the fibroid and maybe a injection to kick start your periods.  You are young so get it in order now incase you choose to start a family.  Good luck!!
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Thanks a lottt.. at least somebody answered me..... the bleeding patterns has been like this for about 10/12 years ... i dont think i would have developed a fibroid at that young age... I am simply scaaaaaaaarrred.. fibroid isnt really big one and i was asked to wait and see.
Thankssssss a lot for a mature advice.. I would try doing what u said
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