Our expert says:
Any period length in access of 34 days should be construed as abnormal.The most likely explanation would be that you have a underlying ovulatory disorder which has now become manifest since stopping the contraceptive. The possibility of PCOS should be considered as a primary diagnosis although other hormonal problems such as thyroid abnormalities as well as elevated prolactin levels may also result in a similar picture. My advice would be to seek from a Gynaecologist who would be able to do a cd's of hormonal blood tests as well as an ultra sound scan to assist been making thee diagnosis.
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