okay im 28 i have 5 kids 7,6,4 and a half , 3 and 19month old after my last one i had my tubes tied and since then my period is gone funny i can have my period for almost 2 weeks straight then stop then get it 2 days after for 2 days then stop its been doing this since september its just driving me crazy and im getting very painful cramps its to the point i dont kniw when i will get my period before getting the tubes tied it would be 28 cycle and 4 to 5 days but ever time i had a baby the cycle would get less and less so i was just wondering if anyone new why this is happening cuz to me its insane thanks for your time
To the best of my knowledge, having your tubes tied should not cause these changes in your period. There are several things that can cause the symptoms you describe (hormone imbalances, infection, polyps or fibroids...). I would recommend that you see your OBGYN for further evaluation.
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