Posted by: Anon21 | 2012/01/20

Could this be normal?

i just have a quick question. my period is 28 days apart from each other and every month on time. me and my boyfriend both stays with our parents, my period usually starts on a wednesday and ends a friday. why is it that if we on a saturday before my period book a hotel room for the day to spend quality time, then my period doesnt come on that wednesday but a week later? it happened 4 times already.for example my period was on 16 november and my next period was due the 14th on december but it came the 21 december (booked a room on the 3rd of december) my period for jan was due on the 18th i didnt get it yet, meaning its coming next wednesday. is there something wrong with me?should i consult a doctor about this? or is it normal? i am not on any contraceptive (i stopped taking it 16feb last year and after 6 months my period was regular every 28 days apart until i noticed that this happens to me everytime we book a room) also due to the fact that the hormones in the contraceptive, gave me either a rash or i get depressed. i was on the injection for 3 years (developed a rash on my legs) was on triphasil for 3 years, heavy depression, the doc thought that yaz would work, was on yaz for 1 year and the depression didnt go away. now i dont have any of those side effects.

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Dear Anon21

The description of what you have described to me sounds very usual and I cannot simply explain why you would have a bleed just by booking a room in a hotel. If however there are certain factors that may be causing the bleeding for this you would be required to be examined by your gynaecologist as well as do some hormonal testing to assess if the hormones of the menstrual cycle are in sync. If by booking the room you feel that you may be falling pregnant and then bleeding a simple blood pregnancy hormone test on 2-3 days after an expected period would ascertain if a pregnancy is occurring or not.

Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo

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