Always had a normal menstrual cycle; over last few years have gained some extra weight (40 pounds) never on the pill, no allergies..just a year and half ago - I stopped having menstrual cycles predominately with a menstrual cycle every quarter. Went to see the doctors and all tests are negative for thyroid/menopause - all tests show normal. Then this year starting in January I started having very heavy menstrual cycles with continous bleeding throughout. I went back to the doctors and all tests negative again for thyroid/ menopause. No pain experienced. But this month is particularly bad with flooding with changing pads 5 times a day and at night 2 times a day. I don't know what to do. Please help !Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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