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Prolonged bleeding. USG shows endometrial hyperplasia. Taken Primolut. Will it prevent pregnancy?

hi ,i m smita ,age 28,i have heavy bleeding last feb.started from 13 feb lightly...then from 26 it was very heavy. usg report says i have endometrial hyperplasia .doctor has given me primoult n for 21 days.i m trying to their any worry about to taking it prevent pregnancy? can i get pregnant?my hight 5ft & wt-48 kg.plz help me
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Thanks for your post.
A thick uterine lining can make it difficult for you to get pregnant.Prescription hormones combined with fertility treatment can increase your chances of conception.
Primolut N contains norethisterone used to treat irregular, painful or heavy period and endometriosis. It should not be used in untreated endometrial hyperplasia.
It can be treated with Provera,Clomid and D&C.
You should visit doctor, perform hysteroscopy and rule out utrine infection and endometriosis.
Hope it helps,
Take care!
Answered: Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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