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Continuous bleeding after taking Cerazette. Taking Micronor for high BP. Anything you could suggest?

I ve been on Cerazette for 6 months and not stopped bleeding , I have tried the injection and Micronor as I have high blood pressure . nothing seems to work and my doctors don t seem to listen. I spoke to the nurse and said about this and she said Cerazette can make you bleed. but i am bleeding every single day and had enough is there anything you could suggest?
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
Progesterone pills can lead to some amount of menstrual irregularity.
But usually this will subside after few months of starting the pills.
But as you are having continuous bleeding for 6 months, the possible options to you are:
- Taking anti fibrinolytic drugs to control the bleeding for few days along with cerazzette.
Once the bleeding gets controlled, she can continue with cerazzette.
- Avoid altering the time of intake of tablets. As that can lead to spotting.
- Going for high dose of progesterone tablets for few months. This will help in regularization of cycles and in preventing bleeding.
After that you can go for low dose pills again.
Take care.
Answered: Sat, 4 Jan 2014
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