Advise needed from the ladies please.

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crohnielass
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   Posted 11/16/2009 11:29 AM (GMT -6)   
Since having my op in Jan i haven't had a period which is great in one way!!! but is this normal? I was on the depo injection but came off that last july and im definately not pregnant! i was really underweight but have only a stone left to put on to be back to my normal weight so surely things should be happening by now shouldn't they????? thanks Bevx
Diagnosed with crohn's at 13 now 42
resection, right hemi 1993 In remmision from 93 till last sept with no meds or docs
2 resections small bowel  and fistula jan 09 and given temp stoma.  reversal 1st week of Jan. Meds:Pentasa 500mg 3x day,  B12 shots, every 3 months, iron syrup,loperimide,folic acid,  citalopram 60mg (for Anxiety.)


pb4
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   Posted 11/16/2009 12:37 PM (GMT -6)   
It's hard to say for sure, I know that being severely underweight can stop your periods from comming, have you discussed this with your GI or GP?

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dreamer06
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   Posted 11/16/2009 12:43 PM (GMT -6)   
I had a bunch of surgeries this spring and didn't have my period for 5 months. Now its back and I wish it would go away. I would ask your doctor and if they say its okay then it probably fine.
Diagnosed with Crohns Oct. '07.  Have had 9 abcess/ fistula surgeries.  Colostomy 20 March 2009.
 
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lilcrohnieUK
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   Posted 11/16/2009 12:45 PM (GMT -6)   
Periods can stop for a number of reasons, including being underweight and trauma. Sounds like this year you've had a bit of both!
I often lose my periods for months when I'm underweight - they only return when I've been a reasonable weight for a while, like a good 2-3 months weighing over 8 stone (112lbs/50kg+) it takes your body time to adjust. If you're still a stone under your normal weight it may take a few more pounds and a bit more time. If you're really concerned speak to your doctor, mine never seemed too worried about it and said like all things it can take time, your bodys been through a lot, and so far my periods always returned eventually.
 
 

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