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Am 16 years old I was not having my menses for the two months so I went to the hospital and my doctor gave me some drugs. After taking them in two weeks later the blood started flowing but it was very light for five days. after the five days the blood became very heavy and it has been three weeks now the blood is still flowing with lot of clots and sometimes I masturbate... Using my hands.


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replied April 20th, 2017
General Q and A Answer A60892
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern

The hypothalamus pituitary axis is responsible for normal regular menses. Many factors are responsible for its proper functioning. Stress, PCOS, thyroid abnormalities and pituitary neoplasms are some of the causes that can lead to secondary amenorrhea. The subsequent medication that you have used seem to have pushed the axis into overdrive. Polyps, fibroids/leiomyoma and other endometrial growth that leads to menorrhagia. Please consult a gynecologist in this regard.


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