About a month ago i started bleeding and i thought it might be my super weird period coming around. After about 7 days it didnt let up and i started getting weak and not wanting to do anything. after about three weeks i went to my OBGYN and saw a nurse because my ob has to many clients for his own good. beside the point. anyway Before i went i finished off a pack on BC pills that he had given me because i had a similar episode back in Feb. and he said it was more than likely a miscarriage and i had hemridged. Anyhow, when i went to the doctor i told her that the BC pills were working on stopping the bleeding but she would just give me more, instead she gave me a little yellow pill that you take at the begining of the month to make you start your bleeding. Why would i want to KEEP bleeding?!!!! Wrapping up .... i am now still bleeding its been a week since i went to see the nurse and i dont see my actually ob until Oct 31st but my bleeding is getting worse, going through a super tampon and a pad in an hour, plus clots, i'm pretty sure something is wrong but i am trying to avoiding going to the er.
Need some advice/ help what is worng with me???!!! This is my second go of this and its starting to effect my life!!!View Thread
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