Ask A Doctor - What's going on with my cycle? - DesiMD Healthcare Services


OK so I have a pretty normal and heavy cycle. On a normal cycle day i would have to change my pad like three times. But back in September things started to change it got super light then in October it was even lighter but was in time each time. So I did go to the doctor and i wasn't pregnant. i was also tested for Thyroid Disease, Anemia, STD, and my hormone level all came back negative and normal. The only thing was my Vitamin D Level was low. And after my period in October a couple days later I had a brown discharge only when i wiped though. this month my period didn't come on at all. I'm not on Any Birth Control, I'm sexually active, I once had Fibrocystic Breast Disease and I'm 23 years old. - Asked by T J on 30-Nov-2014 07:10:21

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    Answered by Dr. Ramya Smitha on 01-Dec-2014 09:24:47

    All these Seem to be due to hormonal imbalance .Sometimes minor changes in weight  and also emotional state also effects the hormone levels. Meet a gynaecologist for further management  

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Replied by T J on 01-Dec-2014 12:03:40

doctors said it wasn't my hormones
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