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Im 24f I had sex in november for the first time in months as my partner is often away. The next day i woke up with bad cramps in my stomach that lasted a few days. I missed my period in December but had a period in January it was definately lighter but lasted 4-5 days. I missed again in February. I had a blood test in december which was negative and since have had numerous hpts all negative. My stomach is so bloated and im constipated and feel full all the time, and I keep getting cramps on both sides thats the only symptoms whats wrong?


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replied March 3rd, 2011
Am I Pregnant Answer A20298
Hello and welcome to eHealth forum!

The various causes of irregular periods with bloating can be polycystic ovary, thyroid problems, high cholesterol, Cushing’s disease and disorders of adrenal gland, tumors of the ovaries and adrenals, insulin resistance, obesity and hormone imbalance. Please consult your gynecologist regarding this as a confirmed diagnosis is not possible on net. Hope this helps. Take care!



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