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Continuous light bleeding throughout the day, no bleeding at night, after bath, after sex, no pain while sex when dry, stopped pills. Had no bleeding for a month. What do these symptoms indicate?

hi, i ve been bleeding very light now 4 over a month. in march i didnt have a period then in april i was on 1 week off for 1 week then on for 4 day then off for 1 week then on 7th may i came on but havent stopped. ive got signs of being on a period, i do exercise 2 times aday 30 mins each 1. i do stop bleeding at night, after bath and sometims after sex then start up very light in the morning. i do have sex with my partner n i doest hurt only when im dry. have u got any ideas what this mite be. i 4 got 2 say that ive stop taking the pill last november as me n my partner r trying 2 have another child
Asked On : Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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Maintain a balanced and healthy diet to ensure regular periods.
Eat foods that are high in iron such as animal organs and those that are rich in omega 3 fatty acids .Eating foods such as white pumpkin, snake gourd, drumsticks, and bitter gourd are also known to improve regular menstruation and also in relieving discomfort brought by delayed periods.
If you want to regularize your period, avoid meat, poultry, and dairy crop.
drink 8 glasses of water every day to wash out toxins.
Stopping of contraceptive pills, after their prolonged usage, could also be a cause.
include a cup of papaya in your diet avoid during pregnancy.
take care
Answered: Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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