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i havnt had period for 70days does any 1 no why?

By October 17, 2010 - 8:59am
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hi there, to fill you in me and hubby are trying for out second baby, i am on meds has i suffer from epilespy that is all soted and controlled. but i havnt had a period for 70 days i have done test and had a blood test all negive. i also been tested for others bloods but again all negive but my tummy is a lot bigeer and its very tender and i am aware if my daughter is playing and knocks me i seem to say mine my tummy i dont reall no whst going on. to add i have never been very goood with going 2 the toliet number 2 thats i since a child and i cant stop number 1 please can any 1 help thank u

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hi thank u for getting back 2 me, yes i will defo b back to the doctors and investgating what going on i seem 2 always end up with no answers but i will go back and check i saw him last week ans he said i was to go back in 2 weeks if i still havnt had a period it just concerning me has i dont no when i am ovalitaing so its time ing for trying for a baby. and one doctor told me to have sex every other day which ok, it's advice but just no pratical.

October 17, 2010 - 1:17pm
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Hi Twinkletoes,

Thank you for your question. Have you talked to your physician about your missed periods? It is a common occurrence with women taking epilepsy medications to have irregular periods but the stomach issues is another concern. I think it may be in your best interest to seek a physicians opinion about what is going on.

Please keep us updated on what he/she says!

Best of Luck!

October 17, 2010 - 10:20am
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