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Getting continuous periods. TSH and ultrasound reports normal. Periods not stopped by taking tranexa. Any suggestion?

i got periods on 7 april till continue ,last 2 months back i consult doctor &test TSH& ultrasound then i got all normal but doc suggest me whenever get peiod from 1st to 4th day take tranexa tab daily 4 then i took but it wont stop ,please suggest me? instead of daily 4 tab i took 3 tab for 4 days then from 2 days onwards i took 4 tab but wont stop plez give me reply.
Asked On : Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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What is your age?
Have you tested for other hormones as well like LH/FSH? or other Blood tests for bleeding time and clotting time of your blood? A complete blood count and Hb for anemia?
Were they normal?
If not then you may need to get them done.
The dose you took was fine. However if you are still bleeding then you may need to take some hormonal treatment in the form of pills to reduce your bleeding. You may even need some iron supplements if you have bled a lot in the last few weeks. See your gynecologist and do not wait for the bleeding to stop on its own.
Take care
Answered: Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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