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becca1999

54d

is it normal to have my period for the 4th month in a row with haven pcos

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    • QueenOfPlants

      24d

      Before the medication I'm on now I used to have periods last for anything from 2 hours to 6 months and there could be 2 days to 6 months in between but if you're concerned about it talk to your doctor and they can check things over to make sure it's nothing else.

    • QueenOfPlants

      24d

      Before the medication I'm on now I used to have periods last for anything from 2 hours to 6 months and there could be 2 days to 6 months in between but if you're concerned about it talk to your doctor and they can check things over to make sure it's nothing else.

    • 100Percent_K

      54d

      There really is no “normal” with PCOS

      • becca1999

        54d

        @100Percent_K what

        • 100Percent_K

          54d

          @becca1999 PCOS is all over the map, so people can skip periods, have several in a row, have multiple in a month, and all that is characteristic of PCOS

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Based on the shared experiences, it seems that having a prolonged period is not typical for PCOS, but irregularities are common. Some individuals have reported similar issues, but the causes varied from changes in medication to being premenopausal. It's recommended to consult with a healthcare provider for any concerns.

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