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I'm having short periods
My periods are quite regular . Nowadays my period length is short sometimes i stop bleeding on second day itself. This time on first day morning I have normal flow and evening almost nothing. Anything to worry about.
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Once in a while it happens bleed for only one day due to stress and lifestyle disturbances. Normal cycles are for 2-8 days. If it repeats in next cycle get TSH test and sonography done.
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Hello there , You have really short cycle ,like you said . Bleeding every 21 -35days for 2-7 days is normal. You can check up for haemoglobin, TSH , Prolactin and AMH hormone levels and ultrasonography done to rule out polycystic ovaries . And secondly, if you have any infection, you might with scanty periods.
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Get inventions done .
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Regular 30 min exercise and balanced diet with regular sleeping habits are important.
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Nothing to worry as your periods were regular, sometimes this happens,but need to know about your lifestyle changes ,weight gain ,changes in thyroid level,all these cause changes in hormones ..
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Regular exercise, yoga ,adequate sleep,stress reduction ,tsh value need to be evaluated ,
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