Quoting momma melissa85:" <blockquote><b>Quoting FroggysMommy:</b>" I turned 29 a couple days ago. And yeah, ... [snip!] ... you heard of the gaps diet? Dairy or gluten.could also be a contributing factor. I can look up some other stiff for you too."
Id be a smurfing stick without dairy or gluten. I do not eat any meat and have already lost so much weight... dairy and gluten gives me some weight. I dont drink milk either, lol.
I NEVER had a problem before though. To a different poster... I have been to the doctor so much the past few years I can pinpoint exactly when things happen to my body. The polyps was odd and we dont know what caused that, but Ive always had a somewhat heavy period. I never took birth control under this doctors care, I dont like it. I have gone to the doctor at least once a month for 3-4 years, so its very very very easy to have a trail of "Well this happened then, this happened next, this medicine was introduced, etc..." and show that it was not happening prior to those appointments. Oh, I also have had bacterial vaginosis twice, and never EVER had that before. My SO and I were monogamous too, so again, thats another problem I think its had. The added birth control was to attempt to get my hormones to stop forming the cysts, but after 2 months we gave up because it didnt do a damn thing.
I dont know if my doc would testify to say it was mirena, unless I took it out and things got better. He is a great obgyn and I love him, he truly is trying to help me. He almost started crying when I cried two appointments ago because Im so sick of the pain. I was so against getting an IUD but the blood clots I had coming out of me left me so sick I jumped at it because my life was smurfed to smurf. I slept 20 out of 24 hours a day I was so anemic. I couldnt breathe... I thought I was having a heart attack at the height of anemia. But the surgery I had did NOT show any cysts before then. I got the IUD after recovery from that surgery. I then started to get cysts within oh.... maybe 2 months of having the IUD put in and no surgery or procedure has kept them at bay.