At 17 my period was absent for about 4& a half months (july to oct) I put on weight (30ish kg) even though I was eating healthy and had plenty of excercise my body changed a lot but this could maybe be put down to natural change still I went from a size 6 to a size 10/12 and up 2 bra sizes. I never got a pregnancy test or went to the doctor or told anybody really untill I started getting really bad cramps and heavy bleeding that lasted for about 3months with maybe aday a week when I didn't bleed. I did go to the doctor this time but he didn't listen to anything I said and put me on the pil to stop the bleeding after weeks of bad head aches and told 3 times to leave it be by the doctor I stopped taking the pill myself because he wouldn't change it. Sence then my periods have regulated more but I still get heavy periods that last 2weeks every 2months recently my period was again absent for 3months tests were negative then 4 weeks of heavy bleeding and really high blood pressure (159/110) and dizzy spells .so basically I'm scared is this another miscarriage or is it some other medical reason I don't have any stis and never have had neither has my partner (same guy for the last 5years only sexual partner)and never had any serious medical conditions barely even get a cold
If you went 4 months then miscarried, you would see contents of conception. In other words, you would see the fetus or a lump of tissue if you miscarried after several months of pregnancy-you would have no doubt because it wouldnt just be bleeding. Pregnancy is not the only reason women miss periods and miscarriage isnt just heavy bleeding especially if you miscarry after being pregnant 3-4 months. I cant tell you what is going on but it is something other than pregnancy or miscarriage. You need a good work up by a gynecologist and you need to do what they say this time. It is likely that your hormones were out of whack and they were trying to regulate them with the Pill when you were a teen and stopping and starting the Pill just makes things worse. It may be possible that you have fibroids or endometriosis or a number of gynecological problems. You need to see your gynecologist and follow through this time.
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