I was given the three month injection to treat my uterine fibroids. I was told that my cycle would stop at some point. It didn't and I've been on a continuous cycle for the past 5 weeks. When I spoke with the on-call nurse (my OB-GYN's on vacation) I was told that this can occur and there's nothing that can be done. This can't be true. Why would the company tell patients to contact their doctor if this happens? Has anyone experienced this issue and how were you able to solve the problem?
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