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Thick vaginal bleeding, unable to conceive, pain in lower abdomen. Will cyprodiol help?

i have a thick bleeding come after one week of my start there was only spoting but now a thick bleeding.i want to conceive but failed.i was very hopefull this month but after one week of my periods a have this problem,i have a pain in my lower doctor advised me to take it enough?and why i have a thick bleeding?a clot of blood i have seen what does it mean.please help me i m worried.i want a baby.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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Hello, thanks for using HCM.
Ciprodiol is a combination of Cyproterone and Ethinylestradiol and it is used to control excess masculin hormones in females which could be manifested by hairs on body (hirsutism). It has the properties of acting as a contraceptive drug but is rarely used in that respect.
Bleeding between menses and in clots is typical of uterine myomas or fibroids which is common in women who have not yet given birth or those who have put to birth just once. When the fibroids are voluminous, it present with additional symptoms of lower abdominal pains, sensation of heaviness at the lower abdomen etc. They also are a common cause of infertility in women and their effect can not be under estimated.
More detail evaluation however is necessary in order to get the exact cause of your infertility and exams done as well such as pelvic ultasounds, hysterosalpingography, serologies of chlamydia, ureaplasma and microplasma, speculum examination, high vaginal smears, temperature follow up and hormonal assays if indicated. So i will advice you to consult a gynecologist for an immediate and eventual follow up.
Best regards and hope this helps you.
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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