The frequency, volume & flow rate of your menstrual cycle can vary from month to month or it can be as steady as a clock. It can also change with time and is in fact expected to decrease in frequency, volume & flow rate as y
Good question - my research turns up that PCOS is a disorder of the endocrine system, so even if you had your ovaries removed with your hysterectomy, it is still possible that you will have symptoms. Here's a
There is another type of bleeding that can happen earlier in the pregnancy called Subchorionic Bleeding. Although, as stated above, all bleeding needs to be reported to your OB, this type of condition...
In one of those situations that I cannot explain, we ask women to adjust to their birth control pills rather than the other way around. That means that we accept (or rather ask you to accept) spotting for the first several m