hey everyone - havent been on here in forever. need some advice. i have been off of my birth control for over a year now ; i hadn't gotten my period at all during last month. i just recently had it this past week and still have it. The second day I was literally in so much pain my cramps were intense. I felt like my insides were been ripped out of me. I have never experienced a pain like this ever. I'm kind of worried to because my period has been heavier than normal. Also I seem to be having a lot of blood clots (jelly like substance) coming out of me. I had to take a shower and even try a heating pad and nothing would work to make the pain go away. What should I do? I am scared. I also have PCOS. any advice would be appreciated. I was shaking so bad the other night i had to curl up in a ball. I also am trying to concieve.
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