Q&A: Signs of Reproductive Disorder?

What are some signs that I might have a reproductive disorder?
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ByDr. Joseph Hill
Cardiologist
Updated
Jan 2017
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Speak with your doctor if you notice any of the following symptoms, which are all signs of a potential reproductive disorder.

[ ] Pelvic pain lasting more than six months that interferes with your lifestyle

[ ] Painful periods, especially if over the counter medications like ibuprofen don’t help 

[ ] Pain or bleeding with intercourse

[ ] Irregular periods (less than 23 or more than 36 days apart)

[ ] Vaginal  bleeding or spotting between periods

[ ]  Difficulty becoming pregnant (12 months of trying if under age 35, six months if age 36-40, four months if over age 40)

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