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    abchelpme posted:
    my periods were normal then 18 month ago i gave birth to my daughter and ever since then my periods have been irregular and every time it is time for my cycle i get these really horrible pains whenever i need the toilet and sometimes find it impossible to go and as soon as my period as stopped i can go easily again and recently my stomach has blown up almost over night i never thought anything of the irregular periods etc until recently when i got really worried in case it is something serious i dont feel comfortable going to my gp help!
     
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    georgiagail responded:
    Well then, it's time to go to your gynecologist to discuss these symptoms with them.

    However, keep in mind that some women experience constipation during menstruation while others have just the opposite effect.

    Gail


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