My last regular period was January 2009. In April of 2009 I spotted for 4 days and nothing at all until July 11, 2010 (I spotted brown to a light > spotting > heavy > spotting > regular period > to spotting) to July 23, 2010.
I went to my OBGYN and had an Ultrasound and biopsy and it was negative.
On December 2, 2010 started spotting > light period > spotting until December 9, 2010.
On January 18, 2011 spotting only when wiping dark brown to almost black until February 1, 2011.
On February 9, 2011 it started as a red discharge to a light period , to nothing and then there were days were it would be a lot in AM and in PM nothing and then a regular period to nothing > to light. This has continued until this morning February 20, 2011 which I have nothing.
I am 56 years old and will be 57 in Sept.. I made an appt with my OBGYN, my doctor is on medical leave and I will be seeing her partner. This is worrying me now because I not feeling well and during this crazy cycle I was a mild to dull pain on my left side (pelvic). I was diagnosed with Thyrothitis in Sept of 09. My latest blood test all my thyroid levels are within range with the exception of high Thyroglobulin AB (557). The only meds I am on is for blood pressure and cholesterol
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