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Posted In: I cannot get a diagnosis. Anonymous | February 23, 2014 | 01:59 AM

It could be fibroids, which may need an ultrasound to detect. You should find a new doctor quickly to avoid becoming anemic. From what I understand, the rule for bleeding that needs treatment is soaking through a pad or tampon every 2 hours.

I've been sick with other conditions for a long time, and I've learned that if you keep going to doctors who don't take you seriously, you never get things fixed. A doctor who doesn't care will never care.

My new doctors have diagnosed me with several conditions and I'm starting to feel better. Good luck - you will feel better once you find a better doctor. Asking friends, family, and teachers for referrals is the best way to do this.

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