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    An_266894 posted:
    I am 50 years old and confirmed menopause. I was placed on the combi patch to help with hot flashes etc. I am also on methotrexate injectable, prednisone, Plaquenil.

    Recently I have started to spot then bleeding real heavy. I was put on a hormone to stop the bleeding and taken off the combi patch. Bleeding stopped, ultrasound was done, and only a thickening of the uterus was found.Then two days ago cramps started worse than I have ever had. PLUS to make it worse I have started a flair up anyone had this happen any suggestions. My doctor keeps daying wait and see but I am scared.
    lunachix responded:
    I don't have an answer, but if you are still having pain tell your doctor you CAN'T wait and see! I hope you are feeling better.

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