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    Quote Originally Posted by lisaandshaun View Post
    As funny as all this is, Hubbers you aren't helping me
    I am leaning towards maybe getting an uterine ablation done.
    You are right. I'm sorry, I will delete my post. Good luck - I hope you find something that works for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Dr Mercola, David Avacado Wolfe, chef Pete Evans, food babe. Just to name a few making a fortune from giving out medical advice on the Internet. These people are the real dangers in society, not 'big pharma'.
    Let's not forget that esteemed health professional Belle Gibson

    Back on topic for @lisaandshaun I think investigating the ablation is a good step and hopefully it works. I have pcos so never have regular periods but when I do they're horribly heavy and painful so I sympathize! I've been breastfeeding for 11 months and haven't had mine return yet not sure what I'll do when I get it back, used to control with OCP but not sure if I want to go back on hormonal.

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    Thanks. I orignally thought about a partial hysterctomy but Hubby thinks that is a bit extreme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisaandshaun View Post
    As funny as all this is, Hubbers you aren't helping me
    I am leaning towards maybe getting an uterine ablation done.
    i know, I know. I was following the thread for the intended content though as I'm expecting to keep having periods for about as long as my mum did - which gives me about another 15-20 years and the only OC that I can tolerate has higher blood clotting risks.

    At least the 'banter' keeps bumping it and maybe gets some more responses to your original question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    Let's not forget that esteemed health professional Belle Gibson

    Back on topic for @lisaandshaun I think investigating the ablation is a good step and hopefully it works. I have pcos so never have regular periods but when I do they're horribly heavy and painful so I sympathize! I've been breastfeeding for 11 months and haven't had mine return yet not sure what I'll do when I get it back, used to control with OCP but not sure if I want to go back on hormonal.
    This is me. Apart from having an 11 month old lol. Mine came back after 2 years (was still BF). BUT the 2 times I got it between pregnancies it was not as heavy as it used to be. So it could always change and be better?

    Would they be willing to complete a hysterectomy at such a young age?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    This is me. Apart from having an 11 month old lol. Mine came back after 2 years (was still BF). BUT the 2 times I got it between pregnancies it was not as heavy as it used to be. So it could always change and be better?

    Would they be willing to complete a hysterectomy at such a young age?
    Yes true! I have heard that sometimes pregnancy can help a bit with menstrual troubles. Crossing my fingers

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    Yes true! I have heard that sometimes pregnancy can help a bit with menstrual troubles. Crossing my fingers
    I think pregnancy made mine worse...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    I think pregnancy made mine worse...
    Dammit

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    Yes true! I have heard that sometimes pregnancy can help a bit with menstrual troubles. Crossing my fingers
    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    I think pregnancy made mine worse...
    Mine too, Olive Oil. They've always been bad, but each pregnancy has made them much worse.

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    It's bad isn't it... I'm talking 2 maxi pads and a super tampon and I'm still scared to leave the house. Talking about it on here has made me really think it's not ok, I will be booking in with a GP soon to get the ball rolling.


 

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