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Bleeding from nose in winters, irregular periods, random dizziness. Pregnancy ruled out. Cause?

I am 15, and I hve had my period for a year and a half. I get very bloody noses I m the winters, but recently try have been way more frequent than usual. I haven t had my period in 3 months but usualy it is very regular. I eat very healthy and practice yoga 3 times a week and bike regularly. I thought the reason that I was missing my periods but today I got extremely dizzy in my yoga class. I also took dairy out of my diet and thought that could be a reason. There is no way I am pregnant, by the way. Please help, I m very curious.
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
This is due to raktashkya according to ayurveda.
Take tab navayas loha(1-1-1) along with lohasava(3-3-3 spoons).
Take hot swedan application of asafoetida around umbilicus.
Drink only warm water for few days.
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