Dear Kittie Tiger-
Irregular and prolonged bleeding is quite common with PCOS. There are several steps you should take:
1) Contact your doctor
2) Your doctor might want to do a test called an endometrial biopsy to see if there is a cause for the irregular bleeding. Also an ultrasound or a saline ultrasound.
3) If you are not ovulating regularly, which is often the case with your type of story, your doctor may give you a pill to bring on a period
4) If you want to have a baby, and are not ovulating regularly, then you may be helped by a fertility pill to try to help you release an egg
In summary, what you are experiencing is very common. It should be followed up with by your provider. If you are not ovulating regularly, you might want to consider seeing a fertility specialist if you want to have a baby.
I also have irregular periods and heavy bleeding. what kind of test were done to find out that you had PCOS.? I have had so many test done so i would think by now my dr would know if i had this or not. ?But, i have looked it up and it seems i have close to every thing to look out for with this. .. Thanks