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Have bleeding, cramps, painful. Was put on cerazette, on depo. Help?

Hi. I was put on cerazette a while ago to try and stop my periods because the cramps were so bad I would just sit there and scream and cry, cerazette only made it worse so they then put me on the depo shot I had my second shot a month and a half ago and was still bleeding so they then gave me cerazette as well to stop the bleeding she said if it works after a month stop taking them , it did so u did a few weeks later iv got really heavy bleeding and cramps just as painful as before I tried starting the tablets again only been on them 2 days and its so unbelievably painfull. Hellppp!!!! Pleeeeaassee???? :(
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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You should first consult an expert gynaecologist and get your blood test and ultrasonography done to rule out the cause of your bleeding and pain.
She will give you medication according to your problem, you can take trapic-muff for your bleeding or pain.
Good luck.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 2 Jul 2013
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