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Started period. Why frequent urination? What can reduce blood flow?

My daughter is 11 years old and started her periods about 5 months ago. They are now coming every 3,4, or 5 weeks but are very very heavy and she has just started high school, so is going through a tough time. She has started to use tampons and towels at the same time but still has to go to the toilet every hour at school, which she is finding extremely embarrassing. Is there anything safe which she can take to reduce the blood flow a bit, bearing in mind she is asthmatic and cannot take N.S.A.I.D s. Would be grateful for your advice.
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
you havenot tell the medical history which medicines are you taking
as the medicines of asthma can cause problem
you just write the historyand medicines
you treat asthma in allergeology department treatment of allergis and immunologist is different from asthma medicines
we can put on anti allergics and find cause and cure
for time being you can give deflon
or ehamselide salt 2150 mgm tds for 3-5days
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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