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have you been having any hormonal imbalance?


If not aware of it, then take a test to check ur hormones. It usually happens
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was it just after she plopped out a baby?!
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But what can she do about it ?
Diagnose you! Or tell you if it's normal atleast.

Was only a suggestion.

No offence to everyone but people on TSR aren't professional Doctors.
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(Original post by -M$ [email protected])
have you been having any harmonal imbalance?


If not aware of it, then take a test to check ur harmones. It usually happens
I think you mean hormone?
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(Original post by Rosaaa)
I think you mean hormone?
ohh yeah exactly. Sorry for the spelling mistake
I didnt notice. I was in a hurry :p:
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(Original post by -M$ [email protected])
have you been having any harmonal imbalance?


If not aware of it, then take a test to check ur harmones. It usually happens
No don't think i have. Not sure though
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(Original post by Rosaaa)
Diagnose you! Or tell you if it's normal atleast.

Was only a suggestion.

No offence to everyone but people on TSR aren't professional Doctors.
I swear the most common thing said in h& r is "go to a doctor"
life would be much easier if people phoned nhs direct!

OP - if you don't want to see a doctor, call NHS direct on 0845 46 47 where you can talk to someone who (hopefully) knows what they're talking about
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No don't think i have. Not sure though
Thats wat huny!
You are not sure. Go to a gyneacologist and get the test done. Then you may have to take medication to fix it up. Its nothing to worry about but if a prompt action is not taken towards it; It may cause problem while conceaving in future

Think about it
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I've taken Ibuprofen but it's done nothing Feminax also doesn't work.
What other good strong painkillers are there ?
ibuprofen never does anything for me, not with periods, or headaches, or any other pain.
i always take paracetamol, for everything, it helps so much. i think you can get extra-strength paracetamol.
codeine might be good, it's quite strong, but because, in some people, it can cause drowsyness, they often put caffeine in it. i didn't realise this at first, and had some before i went to bed, the night before an exam (i had a terribly painful ear infection, in both ears), and i don' think that i slept for more than an hour or so. it was quite good, though.
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Thats wat huny!
You are not sure. Go to a gyneacologist and get the test done. Then you may have to take medication to fix it up. Its nothing to worry about but if a prompt action is not taken towards it; It may cause problem while conceaving in future

Think about it
What kind of problems can it cause ? Tbh i never knew it could cause problems
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I've had mine go missing for two months straight for no apparent reason at all.
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(Original post by Sick Puppy)
I swear the most common thing said in h& r is "go to a doctor"
life would be much easier if people phoned nhs direct!

OP - if you don't want to see a doctor, call NHS direct on 0845 46 47 where you can talk to someone who (hopefully) knows what they're talking about
Isuggested this, not go to the doctors! *defends herself!!*
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(Original post by Sick Puppy)
was it just after she plopped out a baby?!
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No we use to tease her all the time..she came on every few months..and the longest was 9 months!
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What kind of problems can it cause ? Tbh i never knew it could cause problems
hmmm you see.

heavy flow, big black clots and periods being late are sometimes syptoms of harmonal imbalance. Well, i've experienced it.

Btw, I am not diagnosing ur problem. HELL NO!
I am not even a science student. :p:

wat i am trying to point out is that hormonal imbalance can be a possibility. You can also be perfectly normal. So TSR is not the place to ask a cure for ur problem. Hit the clinic or medical centre as soon as possible and get your problem diagnosed.
I hope you understand what i am trying to clear.

well, i told you about the problem. Hormonal imbalance causes problem while rebirth aka wen conceavng a baby
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Plz keep Anon or delete (very embarassed about this period stuff)

I just got my Period & it's 4 weeks late.
It's very heavy. Also have big black Clots. Also have terrible Period Pains

Is all this normal ?
How old are you? If you're moving towards your forties, then you may be entering the perimenopause, when your periods will be getting increasingly irregular.
If not, then consider your normal pattern- has this happened before? If so, you may need to consider some hormonal regulating supplements~ maybe red clover or black cohosh- have a word with the staff at somewhere like Holland & Barrett. Or see a medical herbalist~ there are some excellent practitioners in Sheffield, one of whom I have visited regularly for other issues, but I know she also sees a lot of women with this kind of problem.

Could it be endometriosis? If you get a lot of pain regularly, it's worth ruling that out as it can affect fertility.

Forgive my asking, but could you have become pregnant? This could, possibly, be a very early miscarriage.

Periods can be sent off track by nutritional imbalance, stress and anxiety and any number of reasons. If things don't get back to normal soon, go have a word with your doctor, or have a look at some of the women's health sites on the Net, or maybe even speak to NHS Direct~ they are generally quite helpful.


My best wishes to you.


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Isuggested this, not go to the doctors! *defends herself!!*
I wasn't getting at you!!

I just meant that in general people post a question and the general response given is "go to the doctor" because really that's all we can suggest. We're not doctors (well most of us aren't) and we can't give her a proper diagnosis like a medically trained person could!

(and also sorry, I didn't notice you mentioning nhs direct earlier!)
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Thanks so much for everyones advice
Mum's just bought me some strong over the counter Painkillers.

If no better by Monday,i'll proably go see my Gp xxx
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Proably a silly question, but would buying a different make of Tampax maybe stop them leaking so quickly ?

at the moment i use Tamapx Tampons (super plus)
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Thanks so much for everyones advice
Mum's just bought me some strong over the counter Painkillers.

If no better by Monday,i'll proably go see my Gp xxx
Good! :five:
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Proably a silly question, but would buying a different make of Tampax maybe stop them leaking so quickly ?

at the moment i use Tamapx Tampons (super plus)

Have you tried towels instead? For some women tampons can cause more period pain, and I don't think they're recommended for heavy flow or clots.. or else I was misinformed.. :confused:
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