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Having painful period for years. Took elestra. Ultrasound done. How to get a normal period?

my age is 41 year and before 4-5 year I painful period I treatment from Jalandar and regular tablet elestra,R.D etc before 16 month I ANY TIME ULTERASOUND & reports 1)BULKY SIZE UTERRUS 85X63X55 AND THICKNESS IS 06 MM NO MAS IS SEEN IN THE UTERINE CAVITY (DATED 05-2-2011) 2) -DO SIZE 95X66X60 15 MM DATED 24-06-2012 3) -DO 91X61X53 5 MM DATED 18-12-2012 NOW ME IS A REGULARS PAINFUL period
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

From what you are saying, you are 41 years old with 4-5 years of painful cycles and, overall, a relatively normal sized uterus. I am not sure why they are calling it "bulky" but sometimes this occurs with fibroids or a condition called adenomyosis. A consultation with an OB/GYN would be a great idea in terms of sorting out exactly what is going on and what your options are for better treatment.

I hope that this helps and good luck!
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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