I have infertility issues where I am not naturally having a period hence not ovulating. Well, my younger sister is 17 and she has the opposite situation. Her periods are very heavy. Heavy where she gets physically gets sick and will be out of school for a couple of days with headaches, uncontrolablle cramping and overall pain. ( No dose of Midol helps this poor girl ) Well, because she is not sexually active, the doctors will not give her a PAPS, instead gave her birth control to see "how it works out." The doctor also told her that she will "grow out of it." My problems didn't accure until I got off birth control for only being on it a year, so I have concerns with her going on birth control, what might be the long term effect. Is this something that she is going to out grow even though she is 17? Should she fight for a PAPS?
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