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My periods are irregular most of the time. From last 6 months it's been regular. It was due on 11th December, 2016 but it started on 27th December, 2016. Generally it last for maximum 4 days but this time it has extended till today(6th January, 2017). On 1st January bleeding was excessive and I found something like blood clots coming out, it was like a cluster heavy thing all dark red. Then it was normal for other days but today again I felt the same thing coming out in blood. Flow starts anytime of the day and stops in between sometime. Whenever this clot kinda thing comes out I feel periods stomach ache also.
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If you are sexually active  then.Get your pregnancy test if negative then consult a gynecologist
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Hi. As the periods is too long , first need to visit gynaecologist.If you r sexually active please do urine pregnancy test first. As your periods came late so you do that first. If positive need to meet. If negative then do tsh, sr prolactin etc.and we will give you medicine to stop.
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Hello.. Well 10 days flow is too much..I would suggest you to meet Aan obstetrician and get evaluated for hormonal problems in first place..Yes stress also plays a role but then at your age Hormonal problems have become really common...Thank you
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