have not had a follow up urine test, the only thing he said was that he is going to send my ct results to my gynecologist because i have a three month pap because my last one came back abnormal, i do still have the fibroid and it has grown over time, the bleeding is what has concerned me the most because why would just taking antibiotics for a uti cause the bleeding and the pain i was having disappeared but is now back, guess its a medical mystery, i donot no if anyone will get to the bottom of itView Thread
My last period was last June 2010, but, I have had the hot flashes, night sweats, weight gain and more, I had irregular periods off and on, my blood tests to check for menopause last year was in the high 100's, My thyroid I have had alot of problems with since starting prempro, it was around 35, I am on .125 mcg, I go back for more blood work on Thursday, My cholesterol I have had alot of problems with as well, my good is bad my bad is terrible, It rose from 186 to 286, I eat right and get some excersise, however my mother has high cholesterol as well, it has never been controlled, My blood pressure is always very high, I take 40 mg of lisinopril per day, it is never low.View Thread
Thanks for the reply, my doctor said the fibroid was around a 3 but, I don't no if that is small or what, my stomach seems to be just growing so much, I cannot shake the weight, I no menopause causes weight gain, but, this has just gotten worse over time, the period on the HRT was like a normal one except I was so tired and drained, and alot of clotting, they did say that my uterus was enlarged, but, not given a reason, how long should these periods last, will they go on as long as I am on HRT, I also have a underactive thyroid, my last test result was around 35, I am on .125mcg,View Thread
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