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    Period for over 52 days and still counting
    An_242976 posted:
    I went to the doctor after having a normal/heavy period for 52 days. She put me on moxyprogestrone 10mg for ten days. During the ten days I did spot now I have been off of it for three and back to bleeding and cramping. They did do blood work and I have elevated insulin levels and have a ultra sound scheduled. Please help me...Have you been in this situations? What did your Doctor do?
    jk5493 responded:
    Well, I had my period from Feb. 2010 to Nov. 2010...then, had a couple of periods and nothing since. So, my situation is kind of opposite. But, they put me on Provera 10mg/10days to start my period. It did absolutely nothing. And now, they aren't doing anything about it - I'm not sure what to do either. Good to know that I'm not the only one who got zero help from the medicine!
    someonewhocares3 responded:
    Sorry you're dealing with this! Here's some good info on heavy bleeding - Heavy bleeding

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