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I did all kind of tests and they are all good. I did biopsy too which is good. And i still have twice in a month period and is very painfull. I can't handle any more. what to do? All hormones are ok, tyroid good

By Anonymous October 15, 2015 - 4:27am
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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. What does your doctor think might be the reason for having two periods in one month?

Here is an article that addresses this issue:
Reasons for Having a Period Every Two Weeks

Anonymous, did you have an ultrasound to check for uterine fibroids?

Abnormal uterine bleeding is a common gynecologic disorder referring to abnormal quantity, timing, or duration of menstrual bleeding. The most common causes in a non-pregnant woman are structural abnormalities (fibroids, polyps, adenomyosis), anovulation, and bleeding disorders. Anovulation is the failure of the ovary to release ova over a period of time generally exceeding 3 months.

Certain medications, especially hormonal preparations, may also result in atypical bleeding patterns. Additionally, certain cancers can predispose a woman to irregular bleeding.

Anonymous, the cause must be identified so that proper treatment can start to stop the pain and frequent bleeding.

Are you seeing a gynecologist?


October 15, 2015 - 8:47am
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