so last January i started birth control. well things were going fine until in the summer i had my period was off it for a week and it came back. i ended up having my period for 2 months i went to the doctor and they switched my birth control. well it finally was gone. i accidently forgot to take my pill for a week though since i was transitioning with a move. so i decided to take a month off and during that month i was totally fine well then my period came when it was supposed to and i started back up on the pill well ever since for the last two months i have had my period every 7 days for atleast 7-8 days. its becoming ridiculous and a total frustration... i dont have medical insurance anymore so i decided to post something on here.. pleaseeeee help!!!!! im 18 and at this point id rather have a hysterectomy then keep dealing with thisView Thread
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