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Abnormal long periods, problem in pregnancy. What can i do?

For the past year or so, my periods have been lasting anywhere between 10-14 days. This is abnormal for me, as usually they last 6-7 days. I m 32, not on birth control , and am not allowed to take birth contfol. I have been pregnant 8 times, and have had 3 live births, many missed miscarriages at 13 weeks, and one neo natal death. I have also had several d and c s due to the miscarriages (about 12 now), and have also had 2 cerclages placed in he last couple of pregnancies.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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Your health needs immediate medical attention. You should get clinically assessed by a gynae. Bleeding for long can get you weakened.

The cause for heavy bleeding should be detected. Heavy bleeding can result due to fibroid or endometriosis. It can be due to cysts or other pelvic inflammatory disease.

Your treatment will depend upon the diagnosis made. Get your blood tests and USG done at the earliest. Get fit first before thinking of any more pregnancies. Do not neglect your health.

Take nutritious home made food rich in iron, minerals and anti-oxidants. Take protein rich food, dairy products rich in calcium. You can take vitamin supplements to keep fit. Take energy drinks, keep well hydrated. Hope I have answered your question, take care.
Answered: Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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