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Have PCOS, scanty bleeding, have fibroids, endometrium. Given regestrone. Suggest?

I am a PCOS 42 yrs, have completed my family heaving vey scanty bleedgin rater spooting in one cycle then heavy bleeding in proleonged cycles of 40-45 days, my doc recommended me regestraone due to complain of heavy bleeding and clots , U?S suggested fibroid and endometrium of 8.3 mm after two ippls of regstone on 12th day bleeding has stooped shld i continue regstrone , if yes for how many days or stop it, weight increase is my problem and am on 1000 mg metformin
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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You are 42/F, have fibroid uterus with endometrial thickness of 8.3 mm + PCOS.
You are obese, have heavy bleeding taking metformin 1Gm/Day.
You say that you have completed the family.
At this juncture my advice goes in favor of Hysterectomy with bilateral oophorectomy to avoid present and future complications. Consult your gynecologist and decide.
Best wishes.
Answered: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
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