My daughter is 31 and has been experiencing horrible periods for more than 6 years and her GYN can not make a diagnosis. When she does get a period, she has horrible cramps, almost debilitating for her, and heavy clotting. Her periods can last up to 3wks. She has had spotting/vaginal bleeding in between for weeks on end. Went on progestrin therapy, and now now period for over 3mon, SHe has severe cramping and still no period for weeks. Twice in teh last 10 years she has had blood clots to the lung, therefore can not take the Pill or hormone therapy. She is overweight.This has been extremely hard on her, very depressed. What can she do? As her mother, I feel terrible that I cannot help her. ANy suggestions? THank you, Concerned MomView Thread
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