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Doctors don't know what to do!
An_247869 posted:
First let me start with the fact that, I have been to several different doctors have had blood tests urine tests ultrasounds, and so much more.

I have been bleeding every day for just about three years (yes I said YEARS). With all the tests and doctors I have seen for opinions and second opinions all I got out of it was that I have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, I have been on medication for this for the past 6months maybe a little more and still haven't seen any change in the bleeding. I have no pain or discomfort in any way. All in all I don't feel ill in any way.

Is this kind of thing normal with this condition? I have been tested and tested and they can't find anything else wrong but I continue to bleed. I really want to be able to have children within the next year or two and if there is any advice you can give me it would be very appreciated.
Anon_6061 responded:
Since this is an endocrine disorder, have you seen a reproductive endocrinologist?
HopelessConfusion replied to Anon_6061's response:
Two of them going to see a third soon.
Anon_6061 replied to HopelessConfusion's response:
Hoping this third endo can help you!

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