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bleeding a withdrawal effect after althea?

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could bleeding be a withdrawal effect after taking althea pills for 3 consecutive months?i used it only for the regulation of my menstrual cycle as prescribed by an OB-Gyne.i have been experiencing light bleeding for 3 weeks now since i stop taking the pills, heavy bleeding for 4 days on the 2nd week. never had sex after I discontinued using the pills.


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replied January 31st, 2011
Menstruation Answer A19166
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Irregular bleeding after stopping pills could be attributed to the discontinuation of the birth control pills. Consider visiting your gynecologist for a thorough examination along with a complete hormonal analysis and ultrasound scan to look for any hormonal derangements and ovarian/uterine problems. Get started on treatment as indicated by your investigation results to control bleeding and regulate your periods.
Take care.



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