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Old 06-07-2010, 06:38 PM   #1
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I've just had a little op three weeks ago, to remove cysts,fibroids & pollups from my averted uterus, an op recommened by my doctor to a gyno.Cost me a fortune, but the problems gotten worse. My problem is I've been put on Provera 10mgs a day, for the past month. Whilst the pain and spotting from all the gremlins growing inside of me were begin and gone. Now I'm constantly bleeding, NON stop.It's awful! I thought my periods stopped years ago. I'm 56. When I ask my doctor, & I've been to 2. I've been told that I could have a coil inserted. Which I don't want as I had an IUD many years before and it caused me problems. My question is: Is there any other solution. My doctor seems to think this funny.I am, very entertaining but this to me is seriouse. I travel a lot and I'm off soon 3wks to Vietnam.I swim a lot & dive, I so don't want this uncomfort, it's driving me crazy, which is driving my family crazy.I'm not getting any answers.Surely in this day & age there must be something, a pill or something other than another operation to eleviate this annoying,upsetting problem.I've been given absolutely no instructions about provera, only what I've read on the net.Can anyone help me before I bleed to death?

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Old 06-07-2010, 09:30 PM   #2
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Re: this bleedings driving me nuts

I can't imagine the doctor thinking this is funny. What about anemia? Why are you bleeding? I wouldn't think that is normal. I would be upset too if I were you. I am 57 and if I bleed like that after my upcoming hysterectomy, I would show the dr what PMS is all about then. I hope you get answers and relief

Old 06-08-2010, 12:35 AM   #3
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The doctor I saw was a relief doctor who was reading off the computer, I will complain about her when I go & see the doctor I usually see. But he's more interested in try this & come & see me in two weeks. This is what I hear all the time.They don't care.They just want government money. I have no faith in so called Australian doctors anymore.Maybe I'll have to go to an overseas one like I do for dental care. As far as anemia goes. I'm none the wiser there either.I thought this forum may explain a few things. As I said they've put me on Provera, which regulates the menstrual cycle...which I thought had gone.However now they're back and with a vengence.But thanks anyway.

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