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    MooonLight posted:
    hello, my name is Amy, I'am a 30 years old, having alot of bleeding problems, my period isn't regular, and my ovarian size's are double the normal size also, some times my period wont come for tow to three months, and other times it will come twice in a month time or even will last more than 20days in a row.
    i trid alot of meds., but it makes my emotions un stable, depprist, unhappy, and i gained alot of waight as will; thats make me mooooore devistated.
    what can i do to stop all of this?
    Anon_6061 responded:
    Have you seen a doctor for a workup? There are many things that can cause irregular cycles including an endocrine problem (thyroid probably being one of the more common ones) or a metabolic problem (such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome). The diagnosis will dictate the treatment options. One thing that's commonly used to regulate the menstrual cycle are birth control pills (or some form of BC) but it may just be a matter of treating the underlying cause.

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