Bleeding between periods polycystic ovaries

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Avatar f tn I have irregular periods . i undergo ultrasound, and the result is i have polycystic ovaries bilateral. What should i do. What medicine do.i need to take to have regular periods like when i dont have. This disease?
Avatar f tn Hello, I am experiencing bleeding between periods with cramps similar to menstruation cramps. I am in the middle of my cycle and according to my cycles I am ovulating these couple of days. The bleeding started one day before the day of assumed ovulation and two days after that day I am still bleeding and have cramps. So, could this be associated with the ovulation? I have problems of every kind when it comes to female organs - polycystic ovary, endometriosis...
Avatar f tn I know that I have polycystic ovaries and have been on various medication. I came off Depo Provera injections about 2 years ago and was regular up until the day before my wedding (16/10/2009) as I was about to become sexually active for the first time also. The doctor prescribed a pill I'd been on when I was in my teens, although I made mention that these made me sick, at which she told me to hide it in my food! I tried them, but was severely sick, so I came off them.
Avatar f tn Hello, I am experiencing bleeding between periods with cramps similar to menstruation cramps. I am in the middle of my cycle and according to my cycles I am ovulating these couple of days. The bleeding started one day before the day of assumed ovulation and two days after that day I am still bleeding and have cramps. So, could this be associated with the ovulation? I have problems of every kind when it comes to female organs - polycystic ovary, endometriosis...
Avatar n tn Irregular periods. Often women with PCOS have fewer than nine periods a year. Some women have no periods. Others have very heavy bleeding. Fertility problems. Many women with PCOS have trouble getting pregnant (infertility). Depression. Most women with PCOS grow many small cysts on their ovaries. That is why it is called polycystic ovary syndrome. The cysts are not harmful, but lead to hormone imbalances. It is treatable but not curable. It will always be there.
Avatar f tn I am divya...age 25yrs....I have bil poly cystic ovaries......could you explain me what this means amd what is the solution...?
Avatar f tn Hello, If you have not had intercourse, then this delaying of periods can be due to conditions that affect the ovaries, uterus, hypothalamus, or pituitary gland. It could be hypothyroidism, post pill amennorhea , polycystic ovarian syndrome or less frequently a pituitary tumor causing high prolactin levels or a hypothalamic disease. Seek a gynaecologist immediately who will take a careful medical history ,a physical examination and investigations. I hope it helps.
Avatar f tn My daughter is your age and suffers from polycystic ovaries. She will go months with no periods (up to 5 months) and pregnancy tests were negative. Then she will have times when she is menstruating (like you) for two weeks heavily. The doctor is the best person to help you to find out the reason why this is happening and possibly take a blood test to check on your iron levels. Hope you get on OK and find the reason why you have been bleeding for so long. Best wishes.
Avatar f tn I have abnormal periods. An ive been having a period like every other week, an they been lasting bout 5-10 days every time. This period I started on Monday I had a blood clot size of a grape days after they been the size of peas, ive never had blood clots that size before. I'm just wondering even should I start getting scared, an what should I do???
Avatar n tn You may have an imbalance and you have to much testosterone production to have a period. You might want to read about Polycystic Ovaries. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is caused by too much yeast in your system that becomes a fungus and invades the ovaries and other areas of the body. Doing a yeast cleanse threelac or one from your local health food store and eating a whole foods, low carb, no sugar diet helps most women with this condition conceive. Exercising is important as well.
Avatar f tn what is the difference between having Polycystic ovaries and not having Polycystic Ovarian syndrome? I'm confused with what my Doctor told me.
Avatar f tn Hello, I am experiencing bleeding between periods with cramps similar to menstruation cramps. I am in the middle of my cycle and according to my cycles I am ovulating these couple of days. The bleeding started one day before the day of assumed ovulation and two days after that day I am still bleeding and have cramps. So, could this be associated with the ovulation? I have problems of every kind when it comes to female organs - polycystic ovary, endometriosis...
Avatar f tn Hello, The cause of irregular periods could be due to hormonal imbalance, stress, chronic illness, polycystic ovarian disease, thyroid gland disorders or diseases, pituitary gland tumors or cyst, galactorrhea, prolactinomas etc. You should consult a gynecologist and get examined and investigated as soon as possible to know the exact cause of all these episodes.
Avatar f tn Hy im 22year old.i got marrued last year i have irregular periods due to polycystic ovaries.doc give me fertab to concieve.i wanna know should i concive with this problem?Or give any sugestions to get pregnant. Also my bleeding is brownish last month n only for 3days.flow was not good Im 5-7 n weight is 75kg should i loose?
Avatar f tn I've always had somewhat irregular periods for all of my post-puberty life, and it never bothered me until now. Last May I had a kidney stone, and afterwards, my cycle and everything has been completely messed up. I'll bleed for nearly a month straight, not a regular flow, but intermittent between heavy to almost nothing on any given day. And when not actually blood, there is a brownish sort of discharge. Intercourse, when managed to be had, is often painful.
Avatar f tn I’ve been having problems recently with periods, before I was diagnosed with polycystic ovaries and had roughly one/two periods a year but for the last four months I have not stopped bleeding at all, just continuous. I have been to the doctors and so far I’ve had an ultra sound which showed a 8cm cyst in my left ovary. I am going to have more tests but I’m having to wait now for an opening for an MRI, and my curiousity has gotten the best of me.
Avatar f tn but if you have PCO, as you were told, your periods will be irregular, both in lengths of time between periods and the flow. I can't speak for definite, as I am seeing my gynae for the first time next week, although I was dx'd in March., but I get exactly the same. My periods can just be a day's very light, or weeks of heavy or anything in between; with time between being a couple of weeks to nearly a year.
Avatar f tn m having a brown watery discharge with a light tint of pink when you see it on toilet paper. could this be implantation bleeding? I have irregular periods. And the pain is quite intense i'm cramping really bad and it feels like the heaviest part of my period. what does implantation bleeding feel like? what do i do?! i'm really scared please help.
Avatar f tn Des84 is absolutely right on hormone/thyroid path. Also if you have polycystic ovaries (skin on outside of ovary is thick, eggs have a hard time breaking through and this causes many different symptoms), your periods may get out of wack. You truly should seek professional assitance on this one, once the cause is determined you will be able to take some kind of medication to adjust, whether that be BC pills, thyroid medication, or something else. Good luck!
1303813 tn?1303159362 s more, some experts believe that Polycystic Ovaries might affect as many as one in four women,, and that the number of sufferers is likely to rise further, thanks to modern life styles. Polycystic Ovaries are caused by a large number of Cysts (Fluid filled sacs) that grow just below the surface ofone or both ovaries. When a woman displays some or all of the collection of symptoms normally associated with Polycystic Ovaries she is said to suffer from PCOS.
Avatar n tn after i lost my baby the doctor diagnose that i have a bilateral polycystic ovaries. and not just my one ovary, both of my ovaries.. both of my ovaries have a multiple small follicles (more than 12) each maesuring less than 1 cm.. how can i cure it? and what are the effects that can give this disease can cause to me? This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/517148'> bilateral polycystic ovarian disease</a>.
Avatar n tn m 35, have 3 children and have had two first-trimester miscarriages. My periods, until a couple of years ago, have been regular as clockwork, although quite heavy. Then, I started having irregular periods (two one month, one the next, none fore the next couple of months, etc.). I developed cystic acne and multiple breast cysts. My doctor said I had an enlarged uterus and that I was severely anemic (from all the bleeding).