Does my employer have to notify me when requesting new FMLA paperwork?

My employer notified me yesterday that my FMLA had expired for intermittent leave, therefore the current 2 days I was taking off for doctor's appointment for my FMLA condition would not be covered. When I spoke to the person in charge of the FMLA for our organization I asked where our policy was written that stated FMLA expired every 6 months. She stated it was federal poilcy and therefore common knowledge and she didn't have to notify me. Is this correct? She sent me our org's policy and there was nothing in there about a 6 month expiration for intermittent leave of FMLA for a lifetime illness.

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