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Why do i start my menstrual cycle after i finished one

well im 19 going on 20 in few weeks, and my period has been messed up since me and my bf broke up few months ago we tried to have a baby and after we broke up its been freaking up ! and before it used to be reg .. but last time we tried i missed my period by 2 weeks then started was on my period for 2 weeks then got off it then 2 weeks later i started again and it lasted up to 5 days then got off it then this month i started on the 25th ended on the 30th cause b4 my period usually only lasts 5 days its always been like that, then that day i ended it that following evening i started spotting then it was gone but last night i was getting in the shower and noticed i started bleeding again, i wanna know why it keeps doing this. its starting to really bug me alot,

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Stress can cause irregular periods like the ones you are describing. Your doctor is the best person to help figure out if there are any other underlining causes for your extra period.

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well the same thing has happened to me, pretty much...i was very nervous because the last time i had sex was in october, and ever since then its been so messed up. but my parents and friends told me that its prolly just from lots of stress, and then i went to the doctor and he said the same thing.........have you talked your doctor??

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Stress does modify your period, but so does a change in hormones. If you had been trying to get pregnant and succeeded, or if you were trying and failed, that changed your body's hormones. You should see the doctor anyway just to make sure you're okay. He'll probably put you on the pill to regulate your period, but it's always good to make sure. Your health is very important.

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You need to see a specialist in that. A gyne. They will tell you in a split second if it's normal or not will consider factors such as age and family health history. GOOD LUCK!!!!!!

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