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Does light bleeding during menstruation mean infertility ?

Hello dr. My sister(unmarried) is 26 yr old,5 8 height,60kg weight. Her menstural cycle is of 28-30 days but has very light bleeding ,sometimes with clots,sometimes brownish in colour. It remains only for 2 days. She has severe cramp in lower abdomen in the 1st day,sometime gets fever . Is this a serious problem? Dr said light bleeding is normal. Will it affect her fertility? Is there any treatment she needed?
Asked On : Tue, 31 May 2011
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hi sweet fairy
welcome to health care magic
your menstrual cycle is normal but duration is very short.women is healthy only if her cycle last for minimum 3 to 5 days.need not worry low menstrual bleeding may be due to low haemoglobin get some tests done to confirm to underlying cause.
blood test-hormone test, ultrasound of pelvis and thyroid test.
if every thing is normal than her fertility will not be affected.
good luck
Answered: Tue, 31 May 2011
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