I assume you mean this most recent menstrual cycle stopped (not that you're in menopause). Unless there's a foul odor or pelvic pain, most likely this is due to a minor shift in your hormone balance or...
You can get pregnant any day of the month, including even while you are on your period. Don’t have unprotected sex unless you are willing to accept the risk of pregnancy.
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brown blood indicates old blood- meaning that it is left over from your period probably. The body is resolving itself.
Things may take time to adjust coming off of the pill...especially if you took it irregularly. It
Heavy or prolonged bleeding may indeed be normal if you are in perimenopause, however IUD's certainly can cause bleeding and it can be serious. I'm assuming that you are of Menopause age since you wrote the question here, a
The short answer is maybe. I'm guessing that you are of Menopausal age, so that you might think this is why. The best thing is to have your hormones tested; blood and/or saliva to see if you are in perimenopaus
I'm not sure why your physician wants you to take Provera. Ask him or her. And get a second opinion. The only way to be sure you are not beginning perimenopause is to do hormone levels (and not just a one-time
if a normal unmedicated cycle for you is 28 days then the days you say you had unprotected sex wouldn't result in pregnancy.
If you had a delayed ovulation then you may have caught your fertile window and it is just too e