Hi Im 31 and have always had female problems no periods pain almost everyday, I found out three months ago I have Lupus which I have to take coumadin for for the rest of my life. I've taken provera for years. I had my son in 2009 and my doc said that might have kick started my body to be "normal" well it didn't. I had to have a D&C and a hysteroscopy in 2011 to clean me out. I was put back on provera it worked like it always had. Well my insurance changed and they didn't except it, so my last period was 9 months ago. The new ob/gyn started me on provera last month because he said its dangerous not to have one. I had a tiny bit of brown discharge heavy cramping back cramps and that was it. I took them days 1-10 at 10mg dose again this month and still nothing. Im hurting and concerned. Can blood be clotting in my uterus since i have passed dark string like clots? Nothing more. Idk what to do please someone give ne some advice.
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