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Menstruation changes after tubes tied?

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i had my tubes tied eight months ago after having a c-section with mt twim. now my periods are not the same. i bleed very lightly and for 3 or 4 days. i took a few pregnatcy test and they all came back negitive. it is normal not to have the same period i once did?


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replied April 8th, 2011
Menstruation Answer A21716
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
You can have changes in bleeding pattern due to hormonal changes, infections, pregnancy, anemia or ovarian issues. It is better to have a thorough evaluation done with your gynecologist to confirm the exact cause. If pregnancy is suspected, it is important to be detected early. Since you had the tubal ligation done, chances of ectopic pregnancy increase which can result in life threatening complications. Hormonal analysis and ultrasound scan done would help in looking for any other causes. Appropriate treatment would be started to help you with getting periods back to normal.
Take care.



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