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You had a menstrual for 4 months?

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4 months since my sleeved... and yes have had a menstrual every other week with spotting in between... I'm going isane... dr. Have tried different birth control pill and not working he suggested the Depo shot just scared about weight gain...



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Oh my god 😬 I just got my cycle two days ago it was super heavy but it's slowing down, I usually only have 4-5 day cycle. I also need to get on bc asap!

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If I stop birth control I see it stops until I'm due for my normal period, but a soon as I start birth control again I start spotting. .. I don't know what to do I need some type of birth control to prevent pregnancy...



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Have you thought abt the one that regulates period? U take it 10 days out of the month I can't remember name though

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I stopped the pill before surgery and started depo. I've been spotting for two weeks and it's driving me crazy. On the pill I was like clockwork and it only lasted three days.



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I hope they are keeping an eye on your Iron levels? I had a period when I was younger that lasted that long but starting a high dose pill stopped it. Two lower dose ones didn't work. But this was years pre surgery. Sorry I have no other advice.


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What about a mirena IUD? I have one and don't have periods anymore, just light spotting a few times a year. I initially got it because of heavy periods. It's been great for me.

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Switch to the patch or nuva ring? Something other than an oral pill.

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Nexplanon implant maybe?



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