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bleeding while on hormonal birth control

hello, i've had pcos ever since i started cycling at the age of 12. my periods generally are nonexistent for 4 months, and then go on to last for 2-3. When I was 15, i tried birth control to regulate my cycles, and while it did that, it also made me gain weight, so i stopped. When i stopped, anemia and hirsutism reared their ugly heads.Even though ive lost 60 lbs, the problem still persists, but now its gotten to the point where even hormonal birth control, 2 pills a day, will not staunch the bleeding. I've been bleeding sincethe beginning of december. is there anything i can do to a, stop the bleeding, and b, restore ovulation, i want to have kids someday
  bluengoldbelle on 2010-01-27
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HAMAMELIS VIRGINICA 200c, 4 pills, every morning for 3 weeks or till the bleeding is reduced.

It may sound for classical homeopaths that repeating 200c on a daily basis is strong. I would like to mention with all respects to them that I am completely aware of this and it does not apply for all medicines. This are exception to it and this is one. repeating 200c keeps doing as good to body unlike other medicines.

In addition also take

ALETRIS FARINOSA 6c, 4 pills, every night before going to sleep.

Please report after 2 weeks. You may have to stop the cause for sure - it appears your other pills.

Reva V
Reva V last decade

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