I am a newbie, my new dr recently diagnose me with PCOS, but I knew something was wrong with me a while back. I started my period back when I was 13, then got it when I was 16 an became pregnant but I did have some complications, I kept going into preterm labor and they had to stop it each time. After I had my son I bleed for almost two years without the doctors doing anything about this. I had very bad abdominal pains and heavy bleeding that would have me going back and forth to different hospitals between Delaware and Maryland, but none of them did any thing one hospital suggested that if the bleed would no stop that I would need a hysterectomy, but thank GOD it stopped. In 06 the year I stopped bleeding I started bleeding again on Graduation Day that was the last time I bleed. In 07 I lost some weight I am not over weight I normal weigh between 125-130lbs, I found out I was pregnant again with no periods the doctors kept wondering how I kept getting pregnant and not ovulating like I should, so with my second so I had major problems I became real sick and very thin and frail and able to keep food down and liquids, which caused me to be dehydrated and be rushed to the hospital, I was at the hospital every week and I also had a lot of saliva in my mouth. Eventually they find out that it was something wrong with my pancreas and my insulin levels my blood pressure was low. I have had a miscarriage in the pass. I am 21 and have been through a lot of problems with doctors telling me this is normal for me not to have periods, but I knew that was a flat out lie, you need periods to ovulate and I do not know when I ovulate, Just recently my new dr told me my lining was very think and she put me on Provera and Nuvaring, because I did not want to having anymore children, but with provera and Nuvaring I am not feeling well I am in so much pain and all of this bleeding is driving me crazy I can't even have sex with my fiance and he's getting frustrated, he knows my situation but is something that is a constant problem. I just recently took my Nuvaring out and don't know if I am going to put myself through that pain again. What should I do?
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