A clinical examination and work up is essential for diagnosing your problem. There are many conditions which can cause irregular periods like eating disorders, stress, increased exercise, and medication. Other conditions like hormonal fluctuations, ovulation dysfunction, thyroid disorders, and polyps are few other possibilities. Any kind of heavy bleeding can contribute to anemia. Depending on the severity of the situation you may be prescribed progesterone therapy options along with diet and exercise modifications to help rebalance the hormonal imbalance. A complete physical examination, evaluations of thyroid function, a complete blood count test are important. A pelvic examination is critical to rule out any uterine infection, uterine abnormality, a cervical polyp or fibroid. An ultrasound may be needed to evaluate the uterus, the ovaries and the fallopian tubes. Early diagnosis and treatment will help. See a gynecologist. Keep me posted.
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Went to emergency and they gave me progesterone and iron pills but still have to go to see a gyno. They didnt have one on duty and when I called clinics they wouldnt accept me becausr of my symptoms and told me the emergency room was my best option.