I haven't had a period in SEVEN YEARS. was on the pill for 17 years. Stopped about 6 months ago.
went to see a reproductive specialist. She did a vaginal ultrasound. She said everything, including my uterine lining, looked normal. she said it looked like I ovulated, I have eggs, etc. She expected it would be too thick or too thin after not having had a period for so long, but it looked normal. They did blood tests, which said I did ovulate. And, she said she expected I'd get my period within a week.
So what happened?
Same thing that happened the last 4 months- 2 days of cramps.. and NOTHING. Just a little white, milky discharge.
Anyone have any idea what is wrong with me? Help?
They did a progestin challenge test 2 months ago which I failed.
Now, I'm going to have to do that, again.
And, when/if that fails, I'll have to do a ESt then progesting.
I am SO frustrated. 34, running out of fertility time!
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