I am 32 with 3 children. A few months ago I talked to my doc about my periods being very heavy and lasting longer (10-12 days) than they did before I had my last child (who is now16 months). He put me on a birth control pill to regulate them. I was 2 weeks into my pill pack and my period started....and wouldn't stop. I had heavy bleeding for almost 3 weeks straight. I made an appointment with a new doc after 2 weeks of this. She ordered an ultrasound and it came back saying that my endometrium was thickened (didn't say how much) so she then did a biopsy. When it came back I was having a new symptom. I was having a lot of pressure kind of like you do when you're pregnant. The doc said I have endometritis and put me on an antibiotic. This was a week ago and I am still spotting and cramping every day several times a day and today I even passed a clot. I am in my second week of my second b/c pill pack. I still have more antibiotics to take, but I am thinking I was misdiagnosed. Everything on the internet that I have read about endometritis says symptoms that I don't have. Any one got any ideas? Should I get a second opinion?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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