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Medication to prevent excessive bleeding after Intrauterine insemination procedure - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help
User :   i went for IUI treatment in february, but my periods are continuing for almost 14days . so to pause that what medicines, i should take
Doctor :   do you mean intra uterine contraseptive?
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   bleeding is the commonest event that follom after the implantation of iucd
Doctor :   and if the bleeding is for long duration
User :   but continueous bleeding will make me weeker know, so please suggest any tablets will be available to stop that bleeding
Doctor :   then the treatment would be to get the iud removed amd plan for other contraceptive
Doctor :   are you there?
User :   please suggest me some tablets, to stop that bleeding.
Doctor :   as such there is no medication to stop the bleeding being caused by iucd implantation
Doctor :   we acan only support the blood loss by enhacing the synthesis of blood
User :   iui is for intrauterine insemination
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   the above suggestion that advised were for intra uterine contraceptive
User :   suggest for iui, to stop bleeding , what tablets can be suggested for me
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   its normal to see
Doctor :   bleeding after iui
User :   yes duing periods.
Doctor :   was that just staining or bleeding?
User :   bleeding
Doctor :   is it bleeding all these 14 days
Doctor :   or was it staining initially and later bleeding
User :   staining initially and later bleeding
Doctor :   Did you check with the doctor if any tissue is lacerated and get the physicall examination done
Doctor :   I mean to say if the cervix or the in side the uterus is hurt slightly leading to the bleeding
Doctor :   any doctor would not be giving you medicine without knowing the cause of the problem
User :   for me iui treatment is not completed successfully, only i took injections
Doctor :   Is any procedure internally
Doctor :   I mean did the doctor undertake any examination internally
User :   they tested for harmonal blood test.
Doctor :   Yeah that is progesteron test
User :   ok
Doctor :   How many pads do you use per day
User :   usually two,
Doctor :   Ok are you using that dily
Doctor :   daily
User :   that is in periods time only, if it continues only one per day
Doctor :   Thats normal
Doctor :   How many cycles did you finish in IUI
User :   suggest some tablest if the bleeding continues for more than 7 days to pause
Doctor :   FEFOL tablet once a day
Doctor :   15 days
Doctor :   Hello are you there
Doctor :   are you on injectables
Doctor :   or on tablets for IUI
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