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Hi I am married and 29 years old. I have normal periods but

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Hi I am married and 29 years old. I have normal periods but after my 25th birthday my bleeding become light and since last year I have bleeding only for two days in my period. whats the reason. I dont have any child.
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Did you start any birth control at that time? Any change in diet or weight? Were your periods regular in the sense that they occurred every month?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Ya my periods are normal. and I did have a diet 3 years ago and i lost 30 pound weight now I have again gain weight. and I used birth control tablets for two months that was 2009. I always do experiments with my diet Sometimes I do high protein diet sometimes I do low fat diet but nowadays I am not on diet. Thank You
Ok. Hormonal changes that occur over time/age can change your menstrual cycle. Certainly the weight loss does make some alterations in your hormones as does taking birth control pills. The fact that you continued to have a monthly period (albeit it be lighter) indicates normal menstruation and is not a cause for concern.

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Hi--while this could be a hormone problem, to be more specific it could be a thyroid disorder, an adrenal gland disorder, or a pituitary disorder, as well as stress. You need to discuss these possibilities with either a gynecologist or an endocinologist and have blood work and an MRI of the brain to see if there is a specific hormonal problem.