I got my period late last month on may 27th.it was a normal period. then i got it again june 16th. the 16th is usually when i would get it. however that 1 lasted longer than it usually does. it was a little over a week. now i am spotting since july 2nd. the 3 of them are like 2 weeks apart. is this normal? i have been really stressed out lately though. i didn't know if that has something to do with it. this hasn't happened before. except once or twice before i would get my period late and then on the correct day so that it was like 2 weeks apart, however not 3 times. can anyone tell me what is wrong?
I have hypo-thyroidism and have been treated for 11 years now. I had my tubes tied 10 years ago and do not take any other medications (besides my thyroid suppliment). I have noticed that my periods have been slightly irregular all year. I had my blood checked about 8 months ago, and it was fine. Now I am having what seemes to be a period every 14-20 days. The bleeding is normal in flow and time.
Could this be an issue with my thyroid? How concerned should I be about this?
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