There are only two ways to stop your period all together. First is to wait until you reach menopause, which will usually begin sometime in your late 40's to mid 50's or even later. The other is to have your uterus removed, a hysterectomy. Depending on your age you may have trouble finding a doctor to preform and elective hysterectomy.
Recently some doctors have considered elective hysterectomy and mastectomies when cervical or breast cancer is prevalent in ones family. These are usually done for women who have had their children and are at risk for these diseases.
I have serious doubts you will find a doctor to remove your uterus because of period problems. If you suffer from endometriosis that may be a factor a doctor would consider. Whatever your decision make sure your doctor is a board certified gynecologist. This gives you the greatest assurance of a good outcome. [ adviceman49's advice column | Ask adviceman49 A Question ]
nascarfan1987 answered Friday November 18 2011, 1:36 am: Every female wishes they could get rid of that time of the month. More than likely you won't be able to get rid of it for the rest of your life.
When you get in your mid thirty's or forty's; you will begin to go through minopouse, and that will be the end of this annoying period.
But of course, that is years from now, so I would suggest getting on birth controll. Different types do different things for your period; so I'd ask which one can get rid of it for the longest, and hopefully your doctor will help you.
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