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My period didn't come just got spotting...what is wrong with me??

By August 11, 2016 - 6:56am
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Ok so i always get a normal period im on a 31 day cycle so i usually start the same day or just one or two days late,i recently got married on november 2015 and been normal since but in February i was 2 weeks late and was sporting dark brown i got worried but after the 2 weeks i got my period and was normal ever since until this month.I have a period tracker app and according to the app i ovulated on the 18 of July i had unprotected sex on the 24th days after i was feeling ok just a little nauseous tired and not alot of appetite.I was suppose to start my period the 1st of august but it didn't come on the 4th i got a little sporting of very light brown discharge that went on for 5 to 6 days of tan to pinkish discharge and all the symptoms went away.sorry for the long story but can anybody help me im worried.

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Hello Gnzlz,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community. Thank you for reaching out to us with your concerns about the changes in your menstrual cycle and menstrual flow.

Do you have a gynecologist? When was your last appointment? If you have not seen a gynecologist since the changes started, I suggest you call to schedule an appointment. That is the best option to finding out what is going on.

The menstrual cycle is regulated by a precise balance of hormones. Any upset in one or more of these hormones will cause changes in the menstrual cycle.

Gnzlz, before calling for an appointment, take a home pregnancy test. Test tomorrow morning. Use the urine when you first wake up and use the bathroom. That way, you will have tested and have results before you call.


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