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By Anonymous April 8, 2011 - 11:47am
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Hi, I posted a question about a week ago but I don't know how to get back to it so i'm posting a second post about that.
The previous post had to do with liquid coming out of my breasts and other symtoms that I thought was due to pregnacy. My response was it probably had someting to do with a thyroid? or a pituitary gland?.
My update to that is, I did actually start what I thought was a period on April 6th. But my concern is, it was extremely lite and shorter than what I usually have. my mensus goes for 7 days and I bleed very very heavy to where I have to ware a pad and a tampon and still sometimes leak through that. My cycle is every 24 days. I started this ''period'' 5 days sooner which was a bit of a conern but not so much until I noticed it was lighter and shorter. It's more than just spotting but alot less than my normal bleeding. I bleed for only two days and now im spotting very very lite like it does when im coming off my period. I took a hpt a week before my expected period and it was negative.... could I have tested too early? could i still be pregnant? the previous systoms I had(boob and vaginal discharge) have ceased a bit but the others are still present. My boobs are more tender than they were.

A little note, for the last few periods they have come a bit earlier and last month it only lasted 5 days. So it's rare for me to have shorter periods as well as lite.
I havent gone to the doctor, im a little nervous about the thyroid and pituitary comment I recieved earlier, but ive been reading up on it. going to make a appt soon though.
But until then any advice will greatly help.....


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