The bleeding...

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The first month was all fine. But now I have been bleeding for almost five weeks.. I've been getting lightheaded and don't feel like my self sometimes.. I'm ready to stop bleeding.. I haven't had sex in six weeks and it sucks. I love making love to my man but it sucks when I can't cause I'm nonstop bleeding... I'm hoping it stops soon.

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    Have you asked your doctor for birth control pills to help regulate your period? Sometimes they'll give you a 3 month supply to get your body on a schedule to help with your period.

    I must say though that I had the implant and I didn't bleed at all for the first year and then from there I bleed all the time for MONTHS straight. I tired the birth control but unfortunately tried it right around the time it was actually suppose to be taken out. So it didn't work for me but it was my fault for not asking my doctor years sooner! I would definitely ask your doctor about that birth control, hopefully that will help for you. I had the implant for the full amount of time and now have the Mirena IUD since this last Jan., so far no periods!

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      I tried the pill before.. Sex hurt, I lost a lot of weight and I couldn't eat.. When I did eat alot I threw up..

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      I'm not a doctor but there are different brands and forms of the pill. Maybe there is something that would work for the 3 months to regulate the bleeding? I would still ask. Possibly let the doctor know if they don't know already about your symptoms from before. Or possibly get the implant taken out?

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      Yeah, well if I don't stop by next month then I'll see what they can do. Cause its just driving me insane. I have bad cramps every now and then, and its not heavy bleeding but its still on going and I just wanna feel normal again 😥😔

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