I’m 27, I have PCOS, I have diabetes type 2 , losing lots of blood?
I’m 27, I have PCOS, I have diabetes type 2 but badly I should be on insulin, sometimes my sugar level numbers r 19.5.
I can’t take metmorfin, as it makes me really sick.
I have been being sick recently after meals bringing up everything I have ate.
Yesterday I started bleeding again, 14 pad soak through in 5 hour and lots of blood clots, losing a lot of blood.
All I want more than anything is a doctor to care and try fix me as I want a baby.
I don’t know how to fix my body, y I’m bleeding so much, how to stop it and y I am being sick
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Mostly low immunity and low haemoglobin anaemia are causing the bleeding and sickness..
You have to do a complete blood pictures and get get some haematinics ..take enough vitamins from fruits and vegetables.. B12 is crucial also..
Work on losing weight and keep sugar level in the average normal by dieting and exercising regularly..
It will take some time to heal and you will be able to be pregnant..
this is occuring because of uncontrolled sugar levels and hormonal changes because of pcos. blood investigations need to be done. get ultrasound abdomen done. tablets like pause can stop bleeding temporarily.
THIS DOESNT SEEM TO BE RELATED TO DIABETES. PCOS IS CAUSING HEAVY BLEEDING. GET A RECENT ULTRASOUND DONE TO SEE IF THE OVARIAN CYSTS ARE INCREASING IN SIZE.
you are suffering from dysfunctional uterine bleeding. get a transvaginal ultrasound done to rule out lesions like fibroids or endometriosis. depending on the reports , you can decide further line of treatment