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Constant uterine bleeding. Have abnormal menstrual cycles. Reasons?

I usually have abnormal menstrual cycles anywhere from 1 month to 9 months apart. About 4 months ago I noticed constant uterine bleeding . I have not had a normal period since it has started and at this moment have no job to visit a gynecologist or OBGYN . The bleeding is light to ultra light only lasting for about an hour each time it happens. sometimes it happens more than once in a day and more than once in a week. I ve looked online at some possibilities but none seem to fit with the problem that I am having. I am getting concerned because it doesn t seem to be getting better. I am 27 as of last may if that helps. I appriciate you looking into this for me.
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
Well ,you have got irregular bleeding pervaginum off and on. I suppose you are neither married nor on any birth control pills ( If that is so , please exclude pregnancy first).I think you must visit a gynecologist who will do a clinical examination and look for any lesions in the cervix or the uterine cavity (like a polyp or cervical erosion ).If everything is normal, you can perform a ultrasound to see whether you have got any endometrial lesions like polyp or submucous fibroids.If everything comes out to be normal it can be assumed to be a hormonal disturbance and you can go for cyclical combination pills for 3 to 6 months. If still you have the problems on ,after taking the pills, then go for a diagnostic hysteroscopy , to look into then uterine cavity and take an endometrial biopsy .
good luck
Answered: Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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