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    Menstruating every 2 weeks
    An_250796 posted:

    In January I had an ovarian cyst removed from my right ovary, since then I have had my period every 2 weeks.

    I don't feel as energetic as before, I feel lightheaded constantly, I am nauseous in the morning and have sore every day-the sore is related to where my ovary occurs (on the right side where I had the procedure).

    My tummy is bloated and my appetite is gone.

    I drink a lot of water every day-at least 1Liter, but my digestion is very poor.

    What do you recommend is the problem?

    Should you recommend that I see my Gynaecologist again? Or perhaps get a second opinion?
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, definitely see your doctor again. Bleeding every two weeks is not normal. You are probably lethargic and lightheaded due to excessive blood loss.

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