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What did your doctor tell you about the irregular bleeding? Most such bleeding in a young woman is due to hormonal changes, and an ultrasound is not likely to be helpful.
Do you take any medications? Thank you.
Thank you. Unfortunately, blood tests are not usually a good way to know if our hormones are out of balance. Generally we can tell by the history of bleeding, plus the response to hormonal treatment. For example, birth control pills will almost always resolve hormonal bleeding. That's because they take over from out own hormones and produce a balanced hormone picture that produces normal regular periods.
What stress does is to throw off your hormones. If you can resolve the stress, then your hormones can get back to normal. However, in the meantime, your doctor could give you hormones (birth control pills) which will resolve the bleeding.
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