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Getting irregular periods. Started spotting after periods, pain in abdomen. What are the complications?

hellow doctor,im a 20 years girl and i have a problem with my menstruation perid,i was supposing to see my period on 27th this month but i got it on 25th and it took me five days as usual but the problem is that one day after completing it av seen some bloods like that of period but its not that much and its associating with pain in one side of my abdomen ,im scared because its continuing and today is the fourth day,pleas help me because i am real scared
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Welcome to HCM forum

Irregular periods are called DUB or dysfunctional uterine bleeding

The cause is usually hormonal imbalance.

If it is associated with pain it is called dysmenorrhoea.

There is nothing to worry about.

Get some investigations done like haemoglobin , ultrasound and thyroid profile.

Take meftal spas and tranexamic acid to control bleeding and pain under doctor's prescription and guidance

Best wishes
Good luck

Answered: Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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