OMG THIS HAS BEEN MY LIFE STORY FOR THE PAST 6 YEARS ABNORMAL BLEEDING I WENT TO THE DOCTOR AN RECEIVED A D&C AN THAT WAS PAINFUL I STOPPED BLEEDING FOR A FEW MONTHS AFTER I STARTED TAKING BIRTH CONTROL PILLS BUT EVENTUALY IT CAME BACK HEAVY AS CAN BE IM SO TIRED OF THIS SERIOUSLY I HAVE NO KIDS N IM 33 I REALLY WANT A CHILD BEFORE I EACH 35 I HAVE BEEN BLEEDING NOW FOR ALMOST 8 MONTHS IT WILL BE HEAVY SOME DAYS AN LIGHT SOMEDAYS SOMEDAYS I WILL GO ALL DAY WITHOUT BLEEDING THEN LATER THAT DAY IM HEAVY BLEEDING I DON'T NO WHAT TO DO IM SICK AN TIRED OF BUYING AN WEARING PADS I SOMETIMES DON'T FEEL AS IF IM A WOMAN BECAUSE EVERYTHING IS SO OFF BALANCE AN MY RELATIONSHIPS ARE NOTGOOD BECAUSE OF THIS MOST MEN REALLY DON'T UNDERSTAND THIS SO I TOTALLY FEEL YOUR PAINView Thread
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