i was diagnosed with pcos (polycystic ovary syndrome) about 4 years ago, i was told to take birth control pills to help regulate my period. i hated taking the pills because they made me sick. so i stopped taking them with in a year. i havent been to the gyns. and i havent planned on going, untill i starting thinking about things that my doctor told me when i was diagnosed with pcos. i was told that if i didnt do what i was supposed to do to help treat my pcos that i could end up with worse problems. like uterus cancer. lately my periods have been coming about once or twice a year. and they last between 10-15 days. i have extreme cramps everyday, even when im not on my period. im also having a lot of discharge. if anyone can help me, and let me know if i need to ask my doctor about something that these symptoms could me please let me know. i am going to my gyns next week. thanksReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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