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After removing copper t I am having my regular periods but why my bleeding is very little lasting for only one day ?

hi, 3 months back i have removed copper t,after that, period is normal every month , but only one day bleeding is there that too very very low...i have 3 yr old daughter, due to that i have gained 2kg weight, may i know why its happening?
Asked On : Thu, 7 Apr 2011
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There are some menstrual abnormalities known to occur after using Copper-T. You can wait for 2-3 more cycles which should be normal by then, if not you can get examined by your Gynaecologist who will rule out any obstruction or uterine problems. Regarding the weight gain, if it is sudden it could warn of an ovarian cyst for which you should get an ultrasound as well. Eat healthy, fresh green vegetables, plenty of water, exercise by brisk walking for 40 minutes everyday. This will help to reduce weight.
Answered: Wed, 29 Jun 2011
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