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|Comment||Thank you very much for your reply. your words were helpful- I did decide to go ahead with the first course of progesterone because the spotting was becoming worse and I sensed it was not likely to correct itself. (oh, to clarify - the first time I didn't take the meds was because when I asked the doctor if there was a reason to other than convenience, at that time, the answer was no - no reason, it will work itself out. Suddenly after the ultrasound it changed to 'you MUST treat this." Just wanted you to understand I wasn't really disregarding the advice twice - or at all since I am taking the meds now, just nervous about them!) I will follow up with the doctor before the end of the six month cycles. And I hope I don't need estrogen too ! Have a great day -|
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