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Had slight bleeding, given Noristerine. Does drinking wine cause thinning in blood?

Hi my doctor gave me Noristerine as I had been bleeding slightly for six weeks (have recently come off HRT---I am in excellent health and am a non smoker and my BMI is spot on---I am 61 and never had children or any complications of any kind) I needed to have a smear test so she gave me the Noristerine--BUT this ahd the oposing effect and consequetially I have been beeding excessively for 7 days ---I am worried as I am going abroard for 10 days holiday (!!) and wonder if drinking two glasses of wine is going to cause over thinning of the blood and make my condition worse? I need also to take a continuous amount of Nurofen to knock the pain on the head---is this also going to make me bleed more due to thinning of the blood?
Tue, 13 Aug 2013
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Thanks for posting your query on health care magic.
Drinking wine will not cause thinning of blood.
Hormonal imbalance in the body has caused spotting.
Continue taking Noristerine.
Bleeding will stop in a couple of days.
Hope this helps.
Dr Nilofer
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