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44 days since my last period.

By July 1, 2010 - 5:32pm
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i am worried as I was sterilised in Jan 2000 flishie clip method, after my 7th child. For the past 10 years my period has been between a 22-26 day cycle for 5 days. My last period was on the 19 May which was a normal cycle and period. I have done 3 preganancy Tuesday 29 June .The first 2 being Clear Blue Twin pack, 1 of which was negitive, Wednesay 30 June repeated test, positive reslut a faint horizontal line,a clear blue vertical line, both the same thickness, just differ in shade. The 3rd test done 1st July with a Clear Blue Digital test, result negitive. I am now worried as since the Wednesday this week 30th june after having a wee and wiping myself there is blood on the tissue but no blood in the urine what so ever. Can anyone help please Thank you

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Hi Susan

You don't mention your age, but it could be relevant here. Perhaps you are starting with perimenopause. This will change the length of your cycle and also the length and amount of bleeding with your periods until eventually you don't have them.

You should never have blood in your urine. That would be a sign of infection. Sometimes when you have your period and you urinate it washes some blood off of the area that is already there, but it should not be in your urine.

If you are comfortable discussing your age, we may be able to help you further, but in the meantime here is our perimenopause information. It may be of some help to you: http://www.empowher.com/condition/perimenopause.

Thanks for writing, and please let us know if we can be of further assistance.

July 3, 2010 - 7:48am
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