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advice please had baby 12 weeks ago still no period

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handsarefull Thu 11-Oct-12 20:42:50

Hi not sure if right place. But really need advice 12 weeks ago gave birth to healthy baby. Was induced 2 weeks early due to hardly any fluid around baby.

Anyway sorry if this is tmi. But still no period 12weeks on im not breastfeeding. I am on microgynon 30ed took this pill after a previous pregnancy and period came when i started it but not this time sad
Again sorry tmi but have had a tiny bit of blood stained discharge only noticeable when i wipe. Has anyone experienced this?
Its my 3rd baby and with 2 previous birth came on few weeks after


Portofino Thu 11-Oct-12 20:47:33

I didn't have my first period til about that time - I remember thinking it was year from the last one! I am sure it is normal - but if you are concerned, go have a chat with the HV, or GP.

hiss Fri 12-Oct-12 15:37:51

Hi handsarefull, not sure about that pill but also had delay in period returning after birth of dd. Gp took bloods and it transpired I was severely anaemic and this delayed my period. Just a suggestion. HTH.

megandraper Fri 12-Oct-12 15:40:06

Are you breastfeeding? My periods never start again until I've stopped breastfeeding? (still no period now and DC3 is 16 months old.....)

handsarefull Fri 12-Oct-12 20:19:11

No im not breastfeeding i have been to doctors today she didnt seem bothered but said to have bloods took to check hormones but im not sure why shes checking that as i thought that was to do with pregnancy and ive done 4 tests! So no wiser just left even more confused now

Ilovecake1 Fri 12-Oct-12 20:29:11

Hi, this happened to me and then I found out I was pregnant! Did three tests and the third was positive although I was 5 weeks when I did my first test! He was due when my LO was 10 and a half months...they are now playing lego upstairs! smile good luck and hope you get some answers.

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