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Wacky Body (Ladies only please)

Thursday, February 09, 2012

My body has been wacky for the last 3 weeks or so. I have not had a period for at least 8 years ( I was about 46 then, 54 now). Monday, January 23rd I had some spotting. I was very faint and appeared only on the TP. When it started I remembered that I had some clear discharge a couple of weeks before. Since then my body has been reshaping and my breast are fuller than in years. I have had more clear discharges and now a rust color discharge again (I assume connected to the previous light spotting.) I have an appt in two weeks with my ob/gyn that I made about 2 weeks ago.

Has anyone every heard of such a thing? Was I perhaps in a period of infertility? Is this just a hormone upswing? I'm not thinking anything sinister.

Thanks for any feed back.

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BSHEFFER1 2/22/2012 11:10AM

    Dr. ruled out pregnancy (lol), and 95% sure it's NOT cancer, but needs to send the sample out to the lab to be 100% sure. Next step is an ultrasound to see if there are any cysts growing on my ovaries. I return in 2 weeks to his office to learn the all the results.

He says he sees about one patient a week with silmiliar symptoms and very often never know what it was, just what it wasn't.

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BLONDWUNN 2/9/2012 9:31PM

    Glad you're going to see the doctor. I'm 66 and although I've had no spotting or discharge since menopause, I DO think there are hormonal changes now and then. If you're married you may have an infection . . but then no fever? No pain? Maybe no infection. Still, it's a good start to see the doctor for this. That's what we're supposed to do. It will be great for you to get some reassurance from him/her.

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