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A TOTM question, if easily embarrassed, look away now

Sarah_V

Silver Member
#1
Hi girls,

Need some advice, i have very regular periods but the last couple of days have been 'spotting' i finished my TOTM a week ago and this is unheard of for me, been SS for 7 weeks with an AAM week on week 4. Otherwise i have been feeling great!!!
Anyone else had period problems on VLCD??

Any advice gratefully recieved,

Sarah x
 
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#2
People regularly experience breakthrough bleeding on CD - if it gets heavy or goes on for a long time - more than say a week, then go and see your GP just to check all is ok.
It is normal - I have ladies who have the coil who have not had periods in 3 years and they have a breakthrough.
It does settle down :)
 

Sarah_V

Silver Member
#3
You are an angel!! Thank you so much for that spooky, it has really put my mind at rest....

Sarah x
 

Sarah_V

Silver Member
#6
Wow Anisah and soontobelittlegem, that is depressing, not sure if i could handle that :(

Is the answer to add a meal or take the caloiros higher, will be gutted as I'm doing really well at the mo... ho hum :(

Thanks for your input, it's good to know we're not alone.

Sarah xx
 

Elvira

Mistress of the Dark
#7
Sarah it might not happen to you hun! Mine were really screwy anyway so it's not that different for me! Hoping that when I get slim they will even out a bit! x
 

Sarah_V

Silver Member
#8
Just found this on a web site....

Does the ‘Sole Source’ programme affect the menstrual cycle?

Hormone levels fluctuate when there are changes in weight – particularly in women. For most, the menstrual cycle is not affected, but some women experience increased activity and breakthrough bleeding may occur. Others may find that their periods stop for a while. Once target weight is reached and weight loss ceases, the metabolic rate will adjust to a new level appropriate to the new weight, and the hormones will settle down and find their own pattern again.

 

Sarah_V

Silver Member
#9
Not sure how I feel about the above, but at least it won't be permanent..

Sarah xx
 
#13
That's good francesmag, but not so good for you soontobelittlegem :(

I've never had any period problems even at my heaviest so it all feels a bit alien to me, feel better chatting about it tho.

Thanks girls xxxx
 

Elvira

Mistress of the Dark
#14
your welcome :)

i found that as i got past about 18st mine went mental. also i went on the pill for a couple of months and that stopped them. it then took months for me to have one. then they went crazy!!! gah!!! men are so lucky!!! x
 
#15
How true! Men have no idea lol

well at least i know what's going on... roll on menopause... lmao ;)
 
#17
Oh no, that would be a nightmare for me, apart from the fact my OH has had the snip lol
 


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