Warfarin and menstruation

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Normally, my periods only last a couple of days and I'm worried that on warfarin, I'll be bleeding for a really long time and really heavily. Any stories/advice?
The procedure was on Jan.29 and i was put on warfarin for 30 days. I had a normal period in february but then in march it started and never really stopped. I've basically had my period for six months straight. could this possibly be from the warfarin to be going on for this long? Is there anything that could be done about this?
I have been to about 30 doctors- including ENT's allergists, neurologists, chiropracters, opthamologists. psychologists, dentists and everything else u can think of. All CT scans, MRI of brain and blood work keep coming back clean and ok. Nothing I try seems to work. There was a period of time about 3 and a half years ago that the symptoms lifted for about 4 months and then it returned full force.
I have been on a heart monitor and on warfarin along with several high blood pressure and cholesterol medications, as well as aspirin. I had an episode of atrial afibrillation last October that resulted in the blood clotting and "little stroke in the eye". I no longer take the warfarin but continue with all of the other medications mentioned.
Fibrcystic breasts also tend to get worse before you get your period and then easy up after menstruation begins, Is that true for you? I am not the type who goes for natural product cures, but for your problem there are really things you can do that would help. For myself when I had what you had for a while, it really helped to take Vit E daily. (I was astonished by the difference this made) others here may mention more products that I am unable to know how to spell at the moment.
Your question indicates you aren't sure what these terms mean and what labels really tell us. Labels aren't really the story, to be the story they'd take up too much room. What you have to do is read books, study, look at articles such as the above, but there's a lot more than that to it. Go to your local health food store. Educate yourself. Then, do the best you can. Just quickly, natural doesn't always mean anything at all -- you still have to read the ingredients.
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