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... heavy, lasting forever, etc She ended up on the pill three different times to stop the bleeding. ... (1 replies)
... I was on bcp for a long time as well. When I started having peri symptoms, my doctor changed the bcp I was taking. At age 57, I could tell my body wanted to stop being forced to have periods. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Dansgrl, yes, my periods have been like that on and off for 2 years now. ... (4 replies)

Periods Just Stop?
Dec 19, 2006
... Mine were irregular forever with every symptom of peri for several yrs. ... (4 replies)
... ard, I know I dodged a whole lot of extra misery that I might have had to deal with. I have read on here where so many women are dealing with extra misery due to periods that won't stop, and profuse bleeding from periods that last weeks. ... (4 replies)
... rrently one week into my third cycle of progesterone cream usage, mainly to help regulate my erratic periods, which I've had for nearly 2 years. . I wonder if my periods might just go away by themselves if I were NOT on the cream? ... (1 replies)
... I want to let you know that you can take the Estradiol for up to five years and it will not hurt you. I totally understand where you are coming from Cat, I'm almost 46 and unfortunately, I got hit a bit younger than you ladies, still have my periods, how regular they are is another story, but so be it. I have the Xanax around too and my gyne is still trying to convince me to... (15 replies)
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... cramping and forever to stop, the same way. ... (6 replies)
... menopause is when periods stop for 12 months. ... (12 replies)
... Looks like you have been through it all sillyme, i really feel for you, i have never had any trouble with bp it has always been quite stable even when having my 3 children, i really hope you your pre diabetes stays that way (pre) or goes away altogether, i was tested for the same thing because i am very over weight but at the moment i am trying to loose some so far i have lost... (11 replies)
... haven't started menopause. From what I have read menopause goes on forever. If you have your ovaries they slowly stop producing hormones which would be menopause, you wouldn't start producing lots of these hormones again to get out of menopause. ... (15 replies)
... Past 8 months I have had very erratic periods and as I am 46yrs old Dr said its menopausal. ... (4 replies)
... if it doesn't improve shortly. I got scared too when I read all the bad stuff on the internet. I took the pill for 9 months after that to help with the cyst and stop my heavy periods. Good luck. ... (5 replies)
... riod in 2 years and stilll gets hot flashes. She is always carrying a fan with her. So I think it is common to still get them if one is prone to them, after our periods stop too. ... (1136 replies)
... Not anymore. Plus, I understand that the anxiety is going to get worse once the periods stop, and I just can't handle anymore of this stuff. ... (16 replies)
... I've had GAD and Panic since my early 20's but my anxiety has gotten worse when I hit peri at around 38. I'm 42 now and I wish to God my periods would stop forever. This is horrible! Especially the free floating, jumping out of my skin type of anxiety. ... (17 replies)
... cribed Paxil CR for me. I am not suggesting you take this route, but I didn't want HRT. The Paxil CR helped me manage things better, rid the anxiety, helped me stop dwelling on how awful I was feeling. After a month on it, I was able to focus on finding to get better. ... (24 replies)
Supplements
Mar 12, 2004
... well ok, mebbe a month and half. SEEMED like forever at the time! ... (5 replies)
Anxiety + Flashes
Oct 20, 2003
... but if I am just starting to see the signs with my periods being screwed up, then how many years can I expect to live in HORROR? ... (23 replies)




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