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my depo early didn%u2019t stop it and also nothisterine

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i have been on the depo since 15. My periods stopped almost instantly & never had a problem up until Nov09. I had a period that lasted from then until around end of January 2010. I had an ultrasound done,internal examinations,saw 4 gynacologists,took nothisterone,had my depo early,have been checked for fibroids,polyps,cysists & still nothing was found. After the bleeding stopped in January 2010,I didn’t have a problem until I started to get cysistitus every month.I was referred to a urologist.He examined me & I went for cystoscopy which again results came back fine,nothing was found abnormal.The nurse told me I may have bleeding for a day which I did & to take antibiotics to stop any infection.Since then I have bled everyday since the beginning of December 2010.I,again have been given my depo early which didn’t stop it and also nothisterine. These worked for a week but then the bleeding returned medium heaviness but with clots the size of 50 pence pieces.

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replied January 26th, 2011
Menstruation Answer A18997
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The prolonged bleeding could also be due to anemia, bleeding/clotting disorders, hormonal derangements, uterine fibroids, cervical polyps etc. Consider requesting your treating doctor to check your bleeding and clotting parameters. Continue with the treatment as prescribed. Have a well balanced diet. A repeat ultrasound scan and hormonal analysis might help to reassess for other problems like hormonal derangements, uterine or ovarian problems.
Take care.

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