After this post it became horrible with clots and massive bleeding! I visited my gyno and because of the last 5 ultra sounds he thinks its fibroids and a thickened lining. Doing advil to slow the bleeding (its working) January will do another ultra sound and go from there. Still trying to stop smoking but OH MY is it hard!!! Thanks for your reply.View Thread
I started using Dr Lee progesterall about 6 months ago. It has helped with much of the symptoms you mentioned. I was 40 when I had my first hot flash! I have done great until the last few months. I spot a lot and this month have had 2 periods with spotting between, 7 days off and now I am bleeding again. Going to try and up the dose of progesterall and if that doesnt help then will try provera. Hope this helps with the issues.View Thread
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