I have suffered from PCOS and endometriosis for years. After having my son, my cycles were never the same, so after three years, my doc finally put me on birth control to regulate them. I actually never technically had a period because I was spotting all the time. Now my periods are as they were before symptom wise. Hell on Earth. I need vicodin to control the pain, and I have horrible bowel issues. But something is different. The blood is almost watery. Before it was thick, and had lots of clots. Now, I can barely bring down my underwear and sit on the toilet before blood drops down. I barely laugh or cough, and I feel a huge gush come out. I don't ever remember having this problem before. I mean, it was heavy, but it was much thicker.
Is this how it's supposed to be, or is there something wrong? I just assumed that the way it was for me is how it is for everyone. But maybe this is how it's supposed to be, and I just don't know it. lol
Asked by Anonymous at 11:32 AM on May. 16, 2011 in Health
Answer by Ashleigh_17 at 11:37 AM on May. 16, 2011
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