I asked a question yesterday about my last 3 unusual periods... Now everything switched up. Here's a quick reminder: Ususally my periods lasts 4-5 days
December 10(Lasts 2 days)
January 7(Lasts 3 days)
February 6(Lasts 2 days)
February 24(Clear discharge)
March 4(real light spotting)
March 5(Still light spotting on and off)
Now March 6 since I've written that question the bleeding has gotten a little heavier and a little darker with small clots and the cramps got stronger(almost unbearable) but its still not like a regular period. Today its slowed down a bit but should I be worried about the unusual bleeding?
Have you been sexually active? Do you exercise regularly? In general, changes in your hormone levels due to diet and exercise, as well as increased or decreased sexual activity can cause changes in menstrual habits. I've been experiencing those types of changes in my own menstrual cycle after 12 years of regularity, and I'm only 20. I fully understand your worries. Sorry I can't offer any real help, but I wish you well.
Yes I am sexually active but everything else is a regular for me. Sleeping the same, same amount of sex, food and everything else is normal
But now I cant eat anything real food and anytime I try I start to feel sick
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