Ok so, like many with PCOS, I don't have extensive knowledge on what's normal when it comes to TOM. I'd get a period maybe every 12-18 months and it'd be super heavy for 4-5 days then gone again.
Then I had a baby and got Mirena and bled for a month solid then no more periods. Had it removed, got pregnant, had baby #2. Six weeks post partum I had the copper IUD placed.
Now, I've weaned and got my first period in March. Then, 34 days later, I get another period. That's quite shocking. Even more so, it's damn heavy. I've gone through five "super" tampons since 8 am.
Is it normal to get more frequent periods after pregnancies with PCOS? Is this just a result of the IUD? I wouldn't think so since the Paragard is hormone free. It's just so strange to have them this frequent as a PCOS person. It feels weird to be wondering if your period is normal at the age of 27. Isn't this suppose to be covered in middle school health class?