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Prescribed Depo for bleeding. How do I get pregnant?

hi im 27 and have uncontrolable bleeding from whom drs say i have dub try depo injection an all pills now on tremacantic acid im very weak doctors have advised to start try to have children as next step is hysterctomy as no drugs seem to b workin an im very heavy how do i get pregnant like this an am i ovulating at all i dont understand i alway bleed heavy after sex aswel
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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DUB is dysfunctional uterine bleeding. In most of the patients with DUB medical management is the first line of treatment. Surgical line (hysterectomy) is done as a last resort once family is complete. Since you are planning to conceive, medical line of treatment with progesterone and symptomatic treatment with tranostat is recommended. Once you start taking progesterone for 3 months, your menstrual cycle gets regulated and you start ovulating as well. You can check it out by doing an utrasonography. You can also try minimal invasive surgery before resorting to hysterctomy.
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