Hello, thanks for using HCM.
is a progesterone
like drug with with one of its uses being to control functional menstrual abnormalities due to hormonal
disequilibrium. However, some women on progesterone will experience abundant bleeding and progesterone only drugs are not recommended for control of abnormal menstrual bleeding
If you started the provera after you had started having the heavy bleedings, then you won't have any benefits from it, however, if you started having the bleeding after you had started the provera, then you have to stop it.
If you are considering to have definitive birth control, then hysterectomy
will be a better option with less worries once it is done correctly.
However, if you are not thinking of a definitive contraception
, then other methods could be use to control your bleeding such as using oestrogen to rapidly cause proliferation and thus stops endometrial shedding and consequently bleeding and then putting you on a combined oral contraceptive
or putting you on combine oral contraception which has at least 30mcg of oestrogen, to start with three tabs a day until bleeding stops, then two tabs daily for 5 days then i tab daily until day 21 from the beginning of intake of the oral contraceptive, then the seven day pills on the card (one a day) and during the next period continuing the oral contraception normally.
However, the definitive plan will have to be taken between you and your doctor as he is the one who has an appropriate history and findings about you.
Best regards and hope this helps.