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I Have Pcos And Never Get My Periods, So Why Am I Randomly Bleeding?

I Have Pcos And Never Get My Periods, So Why Am I Randomly Bleeding?

Im 23 years old and ive been diagnosed with PCOS since i was 22. But my ladst year of high school i was sexually active so i got on bc. I was on the depo shot because im horrible at taking meds. So i was on the depo shot for almost a year, then the week after graduation i stopped going to my appointments to get the shot. Ever since then i NEVER get my periods... well this past week i havent felt good. Ive felt sick and my stomach would hurt. 3 days ago i went to the bathroom and i wiped and… read more

A myPCOSteam Member said:

Oh, and I guess I did not answer the "why?" portion of your question. LOL! Sorry about that...I used to wonder why I get my period after not getting it for so long. I am NOT an expert but I do read a lot on the subject of PCOS. From what I understand, something has changed to make the conditions right for you to get your period. So it could mean that you may have lost a few pounds, your hormones are balanced, your blood sugars are leveled...etc. And those are all good things resulting in a good thing...your period. I hope all goes well for you. Best of luck!

posted over 3 years ago
A myPCOSteam Member said:

I went through the same thing for two weeks straight. Now, the past week and a half I've been like a faucet that won't turn off. I suspect that it's because I went so long (4 months) without getting my cycle that now my body is making up for it. Watch out, you may be getting a full period soon, which won't be a bad thing as your body needs to shed the uterine lining before it gets thicker and becomes ground for potential cancer.

posted over 3 years ago
A myPCOSteam Member said:

Thank you very much! I made an appointmet witn family planning today for tomorrow. So hopfully i get some answers im looking for! :)

posted over 3 years ago
A myPCOSteam Member said:

Thats the thing though.. everyone i know that have pcos complains of pain in their ovaries or whatever. Either i dont have pain at all or i have really high pain tolorence... im not sure. I havent seen my obgyn since i found out i had pcos, cuz i was dealing with personal stuff, but that was well over a year ago, or it will be a year in january

posted over 3 years ago
A myPCOSteam Member said:

What abt having ovarian cyst pain? It usually occurs with ovulation... have you been ovulating at all? What abt your blood estrogen and testerone levels? I think you need to followup with your gyn and get a sonogram on those ovaries of yours and hormonal blood work done. Remember to keep a copy of your results so you can monitor your levels also.

posted over 3 years ago
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