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Had a baby, bled more than a month, was on depo shot. What should I expect?

I am a 23 year old female who just had a baby 9 months ago. After chilbirth I bleed for the normal 6 weeks and had a normal 7 day period a month later. 4 months after my son was born I started bleeding and bleed for a month and a half. Went to the doctor and I was put on depo shot. When my widow to get another shot came up my whole uterus lining came out at once I bled for 3 more days. Now its January and I ve been bleeding for a month. What ar up. I
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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You should consult a gynaecologist for proper examination and test to rule out the cause for bleeding.
You should also consult for depot use because depot cause some hormonal disturbances and may causes excessive bleeding.
Take some anticoagulant for bleeding.
Good luck.
Take care.

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