I have P.C.O.S and have done since the age of 18. Since losing weight my cycle has become regular (before this I hadn't had a cycle in 2 years). In my last 2 cycles I have noticed that I regularly get marble sized clots throughout the seven days. Is this down to my cycle becoming regular or something else? Is this something I should talk to my G.P about?
It wouldn't hurt to talk to your GP about it. It would be more helpful to talk to your Gyn though. I know when I talked to a normal doctor or even people at the hospital they usually don't know what to say other than, it's a super heavy period, sorry you're hurting.....
I have actually gone to the emergency room because I had so much heavy bleeding, pain and lots of huge clots. I thought I was having a miscarriage. But turned out I was never pregnant. Happened a few more times, I finally talked to my gyn about it 3 years later and she diagnosed me with PCOS. I think it just comes with the territory.
But, in my opinion, if something ever worries you, it's better to be safe than sorry and talk to your gyn about it.
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