Hey ya'll... hope you're week is going well... just a quick question ... i was diagnosed a few weeks ago when I went to the ob/gyn because I had been spotting light to heavy for almost a month and a half... she pretty much diagnosed me before she did any exams based on my medical history ... she ended up doing a fasting blood glucose test which she told me that I am not diabetic but I don't know what my levels were and she also did an vaginal ultrasound and the tech said that the lining of my uterus was very thick (my periods have been very irregular for almost 2 years so no surprise there) and that it did look like I was cystic ... thats it ... no other tests ... the only thing that she has put me on is Prometruim (which I have been on for almost 10 days now and still no AF ) to induce AF and then Yaz once I have AF to "regulate my cycle" ... I read online that if you are not IR that you should not be taking BCP because it will only aggravate the problem. Also it just doesn't seem like my diagnosis was very thorough ... do you think i should seek a 2nd opinion and if so should i just go to another Ob/Gyn, a RE, or a regular Endo? Also, If anyone can recommended a good doc *whichever specialty* in the KY/IN area that would be great.
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