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For about two years now my period has been dark brown, not just the beginning of the flow or the end of the flow. The entire week it's dark brown or just brown. I use to have the heaviest of flows, it was normal but now. It's barely anything and brown! I've looked up Ovarian cancer, I get frequent migraines, I always have had zero energy and I'm pale. I use to weight 115 pounds, I looked healthy. I'm beginning to gain weight, I kinda look slightly pregnant. I crave chocolate and sugar when I wake up. AND NO! I'm not pregnant, If I was I'd be 18 months overdue. It's been over a year since I had sex, I don't have the motivation for it or leaving the house probably why I'm single. Yes, I also got depression. I've had an MRI for my migraines, it showed nothing. Gone millions of blood tests, and still very exhausted.


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replied January 12th, 2018
Menstruation Answer A62926
Hello.
Welcome to this forum.
You have scanty cycle and yes... Obesity can be a cause. Color of flow? Stop thinking about it. This might vary from one to one and doesn't mean anything special. Think about your other complaints.Are you depressed? Are you feeling unduly lonely? So, go for a counseling. Start living an active life.
Hope I can address your query. Please visit your doctor if there is any further confusion as without a clinical examination it is not possible to opine through an on1stline medical forum.


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