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1259649 tn?1336414032

2 Weeks Late...is This Normal?

It has been 2 mos. since I had a hysteroscopy & laparoscopic myomectomy to remove fibroids and a polyp. Well, just a few weeks after the surgery I had an extremely light cycle; just about 3 days. This month I am now 2 weeks late; but what is strange is that had all the symptoms of AF without it coming on?? I was just wonderning if this is a normal effect from the surgery or is something else going on.   Also, took test yesterday (just to make sure) & got BFN.
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961574 tn?1520648103
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I would call your doctor, and tell them what is going on.  They may give you progesterone to help "jump start' your period.  May I ask how they removed the fibroids and the polyp?

I hope it shows soon!!!
1259649 tn?1336414032
Thanks, if it doesn't start by the end of this week I will give them a call. My fibroids & polyp were removed laparoscopic w/ 2 small incisions one in my stomach & belly button. I had very little pain afterwards & my recovery time was about 2 weeks.
961574 tn?1520648103
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Yeah, I would for sure.  The progesterone should work....
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