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I have PCOS, but I don't really have many symptoms, other than the obvious cysts, more hair than I should have, I've even had one burst......I would be in labour again over that pain :/ The only weight problem I have is I gain all my weight on my stomach, however I'm a normal weight for my height and frame. 5'2", 110lbs. (according to height/weight charts) It's because of that I would only get AF once every 4 - 6 months when I was a teenager. When I hit about 23, I started getting it every 2 - 4 months. I had a baby in Feb 08, (age 25) it didnt return for a year. Then it seemed consistant at 6 - 8 weeks. BUT it would only ever last about three days, and was very light. That never changed, it was always about 3 days, sometimes 4.
Past two AF's (including current) have been very very heavy. Soaking through super strength tampons, so Im using pads and have to change them every 2 -3 hours. Last time was about 7 days, now Im currently on day 9. IDK if I should be worried or call a doctor about it. I'm not on BC or any medications and havent came off of any. I havent taken BC pills since I was a teenager.
Oh, and the other weird thing, I'm not getting cramping which I usually do (from light to moderate), and I'm completely drained, not much energy, which isnt usual for me. AF has never affected my energy levels before.
That sounds a bit too heavy. Definitely increase your iron and that should help with the tiredness. You can probably afford to wait another cycle or two just to see if this a random thing or if it's starting to become consistent. If consistent, it could indicate a problem - perhaps the growth of a fibroid or something. It may not be related to the PCOS.