ESMYA

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I had an endometrial ablation back in July and bled for over 3 months the consultant put me on ESMYA to stop this.  I stopped bleeding after 2 wks of starting the tablets which was mid October however over a week ago I started bleeding again. I am not sure whether it is a normal lighter period or whether I am going to go back to constantly bleeding again.  Is anyone else on ESMYA and having similar symptoms? 

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    I am pre op and have been taken Esyma for 5 weeks now, not had any bleeding yet. Hope someone can give a response who has been on it for longer. 
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    My endometrial abolation failed, and when i was placed on Esmya, my periods stopped altogether for 3 months.  My final procedure was a UAE which was in May this year, and I have finally been discharged without having to go through a hysterectomy.  I am 46 and my family is complete, Iappreciate everybodys situation may differ, my uterus was around 14-16/then increased to16-18 weeks, about 11x12x11, now it is 6x6x9 best thing i ever did.  My tummy is still very large though, but my cycle is back to how i was as a14 year old brilliant.
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    hi jape29

    I've not had an ablation but am about to start my second round of esmya and the first round was great (3 months which I finished 2 months ago) and I didn't bleed once.  

    It really can hugely vary from woman to woman. I do hope you stop bleeding.

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    Hi Jape29,

    I've not had an ablation but I had depo provera for bleeding that was on for over 2 months and didn't stop even after taking depo till I had a myomectomy. Now I'm just spotting lightly and I think its still cos of the depo. I think all these hormonal drugs work in different ways for different women. Make sure you supplement with a haematinic to replenish ur blood loss.

    I wish u luck.

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