Thanks for the note! I do know the cause of my pain, I have endometriosis. The irregular bleeding has not been diagnosed with a cause though. I have switched pills now and was doing great and then today the bleeding started back up today and the pain is coming back as well. I think I might have to call and see if I can just stop taking pills for like 3 days, have a period so my body can flush itself out and then start back on the pills. I am so tired of it all.
Have you been to your gyn for these symptoms? You may have a high ph content which is causing infections and pain. You might also have endometriosis which can cause heavy bleeding, long periods, pain, bloating, weight gain, and it can also cause tumors to grow. Have you had an ultrasound to determine the source of the infections/pain? If you haven;t been to a doctor, i recommend you try going to a doc.
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