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menstrual problems
I started taking Medroxyprogesterone (Provera) in January... I take it days 16-25 each month. Jan, Feb, Mar were each the same. I got my period 3-4 days after stopping the medroxyprogesterone. Days 1-2 of my period were very light, days 3-6 were very heavy with clots, days 7-10 were light. This month was completely different. I started my period 4 days after stopping the medicine. Days 1-3 were very light, then I had an episode of bleeding saturday morning, sunday morning, monday afternoon, wednesday morning, and this morning. They only last a little bit, I could probably go without even wearing a pad or tampon. Otherwise its just VERY light, almost unnoticeable. I have been having unprotected sex with my boyfriend. But we've had sex many times before without this result. My doctor has told me that it's unlikely I can get pregnant without the help of medications because I have PCOS and Endometriosis. But I have taken HPT with a negative result. I also occasionally have bloody stool during my period, but this month has been worse with that. I have blood every time I go "poo". I also have a lot of lower back pain, abdominal pain/bloating, fatigue, anxiety...

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