Well this all started last month...I had my normal period like always, then about five days after I began to bleed again (very heavily) this went on for about a week and half. For the past few days I have been extremely bloated (I look four months pregnant) and a feeling of fullness in my stomach. I really am not even considering being pregnant (given the bleeding) plus on BCP and only have on ovary. I have had a lot of problems with large cysts in the past just as recently as November 07. I have also been having random pain in the lower pelvic area but keep ignoring it cause im just feed up with the cysts and pain! But the bloating and fullness is getting uncomforable now and I am extremely tired, to the point im falling asleep while sitting on the toilet! Could this be another cysts or my Endo coming back. The bloating and tiredness is what is getting to me. Pain I can handle just not the rest of it. Thanks
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