I need period help!!

on Jan 15, 2009 @ 05:18 pm

I had a period.. a full on cramping bloated blood clot filled period (sorry bout the details but it might be important) Jan 4th and ended Jan 10th.. that is normal for me.. then yesterday, Jan 13th I started full on bleeding again. Nothing stressfull has changed in my life auctually I am probably happier than normal and this has never happened to me before. I am 23 and I started getting visits from aunt flow when I was 10... I have had a steady normal period since I was about 14.. Anyone have any idea what could be going on with me??

6 Replies

See your doc... on Jan 15, 2009 @ 06:06 pm

I know all about "full on cramping blood clots"..and I'm talking major pain here....last year I had
surgery to remove a mother of a fibroid from my uterus. I was bleeding
non stop for months...things are back to normal now but times were
tough. Are you on the pill? The hormones from the pill is what caused
my fibroid to grow. You should go see your gyno and ask him/her to set
you up for a vaginal ultrasound.

See a doctor on Jan 16, 2009 @ 03:33 pm

You should see a doctor...

This topic totally took my appetite away.. LOL

lol@sam on Jan 16, 2009 @ 05:18 pm

next time a topic starts with "I had a period.. a full on cramping bloated blood clot" you should quit reading....


^ooppsss I didn't mean to go anonymous... on Jan 16, 2009 @ 05:19 pm

I clicked it by mistake....

lol on Jan 16, 2009 @ 07:09 pm

Thanks Boneca... I'll keep that in mind for next time :-)

my 2 cents on Jan 18, 2009 @ 12:31 pm


Well dysfunctional ueterine bleeding is what you are describing.

It could be caused my many factors, nothing, stress, misscarriage, depends whether on not you are on any birth control or not - could be a missed pill etc.

You should go see your GP.

Most likely this is a one time fluke, and you will most likely be advised to watch and see what happens with your next period. If it happens again, mot likely hormonal bloodwork will be done and an Ultrasound to check your uterus and ovaries..cysts, polycystic ovaries, fibroids etc, or any other abnormailty.

I would not be too worried, but do go see your GP



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