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Nov 18 22
I’ve been taking the combined pill for the past 7 years, 5 years on rigevidon now, to help with the heavy and irregular periods due to pcos. It’s given me a new lease of life. The past few months my periods have been different: heavier, small blood cloths, longer (4 days instead of 3), more cramps. Should I be concerned? The fact that it’s getting worse is worrying me since I’m taking the pill to have a regular and light period. First time I worried it might’ve been a miscarriage, maybe I was pregnant and didn’t know it. But it’s been like this for the past few months now 💊💊💊💊💊💊⚠️💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💤💤💤💤💤💤💤💊⚠️ 💊💊💊💊💊💊⚠️💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💤💤💤💤💤💤💤💊⚠️
Nov 18 22
{J5v3Er5Di} You’re not due to bleed, and the bleed you get can change over time. As long as you’ve taken your pills correctly there’s nothing to be concerned about
Nov 19 22
Thank you. I was a bit worried and that calmed me down. I guess because it’s been exactly the same for all these years I always assumed it would never change as long as I keep taking the pill. I knew change is normal especially now that I’m in my late 20s, just assumed the pill was stopping change. And working in healthcare it’s easy to get a bit paranoid (is it miscarriage, is it fibroids, is it cancer, would I bleed out if I wasn’t on the pill). And I wouldn’t want to bother the GP if it’s really just normal change

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