I got my first depo shot on December 6th I started bleeding On December 24th and I haven’t stopped bleeding my moods have been horrible I also suffer from Bipolar I take my medication but I feel like my meds aren’t working like it supposed too..I also have pcos so I got on birth control because it’s supposed to help I recently went to my GYN cause I’m in constant pain I’m also always tired and the headaches are horrible I asked her if there was away for them to stop the bleeding she said no but gave me birth control pills supposedly to get the depo out of my system I’m so tired of the bleeding I don’t want have a period anymore in 3 months I have to make the decision if I want a hysterectomy I’m only 28 with no kids yet I honestly don’t know what to do or think anymore smh
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Personally I'd strongly recommend looking at other health options, before you make such a huge decision.
I was at same point as you in my 20s. They were going to do hysterectomy. 2 years of heavy bleeding were stopped once I brought my hormones into balance.
You've started more hormones in the new birth control, as well as all the hormone in the Depo (& one does not remove the other!), so they need to completely get out of your body.
My doctor has passed way, now, but his clinic in the UK is still run by family, so his training has been passed on.
My suggestion is to email them, & at least see what they can offer, before removing body parts! That is always the answer in orthodox medicine; chop something off! It's almost never necessary, IMO.
Email them, with a list of what's wrong & what they've tried.
Look into other alternative practices/doctors, in your country.
Don't leave any stone unturned, before making such a huge decision.
Hysterectomy comes with its own set of problems, afterwards.
My doctors name is Jan de Vries. He's written lots of books. He sorted me out with agnus castus (vitex) & a few other things. You have a few more things going on, but they can help with that. They see it a lot.
I'd had loads of medical procedures & medications etc too.
Perhaps they can recommend someone near you, if you ask.
Tell them you've been asked to make this quick decision. In fact, call them, if you prefer. It'd be quicker.
0800 092 7712
enquiries at jdvhc dot co dot uk
Jandevrieshealth dot co dot uk
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