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can gallstones be the cause of my missed period?

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i have gallbladder stones and am scheduled to have my gallbladder removed next month. i haven't had my period since December. but already took a pregnancy test ABOUT 3 weeks ago and it came out negative. can the gallstones be the cause of my missed period?


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replied March 31st, 2013
Gallbladder Disease Answer A42855
Welcome to e health forum.

No , Gallstones do not cause any issues or conditions that can lead to missed periods.

A Missed period is a major indicator of a possible pregnancy. Other possible symptoms generally seen in early pregnancy include - Breast tenderness , Nausea in the early morning, Vaginal discharge from pinkish white to brownish, Spotting, Fatigue, and increased urge to urinate .

Other common causes for a missed period, include - Severe stress and anxiety, acute weight changes, eating disorders (Bulemia), Athletes (Rigorous exercise), conditions like ovarian cysts (with irregular cycles) and hypothyroidism.

Hence you might consult with your OBGYN doctor, and seek appropriate help.

I hope this helps.


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