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Could Mtone and dabur ashokarishta cause strange pressure on cervical and knee area ?

im a 21 year sextually in a active female..mine is a a very strange kind f story...5 years back due some treasudy tht hapened vd me i was aborted twice first by d &c (in some loccal hospital) n then in second consecutive month by some injection and medicine..since then i hv scanty periods my cycle is regular but very less and itz extremly painful the pain jus lasts for first 3 or 4hrs after that im completly alryt..recently i considered a doctor n cz f some reasons culdn tell her ma complete history she gave me m2tone ,and dabur taking them since 15days..but i hv started experiencing styrange pressure in ma cervical area and knees since pass 3-4 days..wht could it b?plz tell me cause im highly troubled mentally by all this..
Asked On : Mon, 6 Jun 2011
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I think your case is to be evaluated as scanty period started after 2 abortions and now you get pain in lower abdomen.
Ultra sound can be done to rule out any pathology in your genital tract.
Consult gynaec and seek his advice.
ok and bye.
Answered: Tue, 7 Jun 2011
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