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irregular menstruation - missing my period

Posted by @mmzs4000, Nov 12, 2017

I have few symptoms turn my life to hill and My doctored didn’t help me
I have 33 years old I get a period twice a year and excessive acnes, excessive hair, and gain weight.
I done bold tests, ultrasounds and no any diagnosis. My doctor prescribed birth control pills but I can take it make me sick and tired .

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Hi, @mmzs4000, and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. That sounds frustrating you have no diagnosis and that the birth control pills are making you feel sick and tired.

Here are a couple Mayo Clinic resources that might be helpful:
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/amenorrhea/basics/definition/con-20031561
https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/womens-health/in-depth/menstrual-cycle/art-20047186

Thought you might like to meet a few Connect members who have discussed similar topics, like @rosysharon, @snakegirl23, @undiagnosed3, @anon89880224, @skylarfox, @gailg, @kparsons1216, @autumnleaves, @crhp194 and @roxie43. I’d also like you to meet @kdubois and @hopeful33250.

Ladies, do you have any thoughts for @mmzs4000 about the symptoms she is experiencing?

@mmzs4000, have you considered getting a second opinion from another doctor?

Hello @mmzs4000

I am sorry to hear about the combination of your symptoms. The symptoms all sound difficult to cope with. Have you seen an endocrinologist? These doctors specialize in hormonal problems and there are aspects of your symptoms that do sound hormone-related.

As Lisa mentioned, a second opinion is always a good idea and you might want to seek out an endocrinologist for this matter.

Will you keep in touch and let us know how you are doing?

Teresa

@lisalucier

Hi, @mmzs4000, and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. That sounds frustrating you have no diagnosis and that the birth control pills are making you feel sick and tired.

Here are a couple Mayo Clinic resources that might be helpful:
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/amenorrhea/basics/definition/con-20031561
https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/womens-health/in-depth/menstrual-cycle/art-20047186

Thought you might like to meet a few Connect members who have discussed similar topics, like @rosysharon, @snakegirl23, @undiagnosed3, @anon89880224, @skylarfox, @gailg, @kparsons1216, @autumnleaves, @crhp194 and @roxie43. I’d also like you to meet @kdubois and @hopeful33250.

Ladies, do you have any thoughts for @mmzs4000 about the symptoms she is experiencing?

@mmzs4000, have you considered getting a second opinion from another doctor?

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Thank you ,I will check these links out

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