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i am a 38 year old female. i have pcos, endometriosis, and small fibroids 3 to be exact. i usually have weird periods but i've had a period now since june 19th and i go thru a box of 16 pads in 2 days. i know this is not normal. i called my gyn but s?

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Dr. Wayne Ingram
Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Not normal: Congratulations on your assessment that the bleeding since june19th isn't normal. Your question was cut off, but a GYN MD visit is imperative to be tested for anemia and the source of the bleeding.(probably the fibroids).

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