I need some advice please.
After having irregular periods I was sent to see a Gynaecologist. I had the pelvis and transvaginal ultrasound and finally got diagnosed with PCOS. They told me my womb lining was very thick and I had to have a Hysteroscopy to have a biopsy (checking for cancererous cells) and also to help remove some of the lining. The biopsy test results were clear. My next two periods were heavy (I was told this would happen). Then the next couple of periods were irregular again mainly just spotting.
I saw my GP and I was given the Yasmin pill. At first my 'fake periods' were 3-4 days long. Then the next couple of months it was 2 - 2 and half days long. My last one was only a day and a half. I'm quite worried about it all and I'm concerned that I'm not having a proper bleed to thin the womb lining. Is this normal on the pill? (Its nearly coming up to one year since I had my Hysteroscopy) I did briefly mentioned it to my GP last time and she said 2 and a half days 'fake bleed' is ok and its not a real period and Yasmin is used to control heavy bleeding in women. (I don't have heavy bleeds). She wasn't really listening to me at the time.
Should I be worried? Is this normal? Should I have another transvaginal ultrasound to check the womb lining now and if so, what should I say to persuade my GP?
Many thanks for your advice ladies!