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No period, Not pregnant and scared!

Posted by: Lee84 on Mon Jun 13, 2011

I've always have pretty regular cycles, until this year! Stopped my BC in Dec 2010 and had the breakthrough bleeding. No period in Jan or Feb, but had a normal cycle lasting 5 days in March; and I haven't had a period since. It's now June and still nothing. I get the occasional light spotting but it's random. I went to my OBGYN a little over 2 wks ago and she said I'm too young to have any problems and to not worry about it.I'm 27. She thinks it's just a slight hormone imbalance and to be greatful that I'm not having my period every month. I had a pap and blood pregnancy test at my appointment. Haven't heard anything from my pap, but pg test was neg. A little history for you: I have had 2 normal pregnancies and 1 not normal. In 2007 I had a baby; In 2009 I had a missed abortion and needed a d&c; In 2010 I had a baby. Both of my full term pregnancies I got preeclampsia, but the babies were fine and healthy.

We want to try for another child, so my OBGYN said if I'm not pregnant by Oct then I am to go back to her and she will perscribe me Clomid.

This is all so weird for me to be going through. Just wondering if anyone else has been through this and if maybe anyone thinks something else may be going on.

Thanks for your support!!

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