I always thought I was alone too, I never even heard of PCOS. I have been bleeding for a year or more (this time) before that with meds maybe not for a month but before that month another year with it. I bleed constant for weeks at a time. A few days of light (not spoting) but light bleeding and then right back to heavy again. I have huge clots and when not they are little tiny spekles of clots. I am tired all the time. Recently gained some weight but was like this before. I was never put on any of these meds all are talking about just Provera and Prometrium (from old Dr.) I saw a new Doctor today and after some test we will know. What do any of you reccomend is the best meds to take (vs' side effects etc)?? I want to have a child someday but not sure if I can with all this going on. As in I don't want to do the hysterictomy thing just yet!!!View Thread
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