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Have Pain During Periods. CBC And Pelvic Scan Shows High Hb And Beta Thalassemia, Fibroid And Cyst. Help

Hi, I am 28 and from my menses I had always heavy pain for 5 days. I have 5-6 vomiting on day1 and pain lasts for 5 days.I can t even walk or sit or sleep. Recently I had my CBC and pelvic scan n been informed tht am beta thalassemia with HB f high. And Having subserosal fibroid and also a 5mm cyst on my cervix . I have been married since 2 years and trying to conceive.i always had periods on 28 day cycle but from past 6 months its more than34 days.plz help me am unable to bear this pain
Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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Hi friend
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Over The Counter (OTC) Non Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAID) - like ibuprofen, diclofenac and so on (taken after food) will help very much, inpain.
Domperidone or ondensetron or promethazine will help in vomiting.
Take care - none of these medicines should be taken if pregnancy is even suspected...

The cervical cyst is small - can be removed by a small procedure.
The fibroid, if small, is unlikely to be a problem for pregnancy.
Beta thalassemia is born with you (inherited) / must be 'minor' - detection now is no serious hazard.

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
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Have Pain During Periods. CBC And Pelvic Scan Shows High Hb And Beta Thalassemia, Fibroid And Cyst. Help

Hi friend Welcome to Health Care Magic Over The Counter (OTC) Non Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAID) - like ibuprofen, diclofenac and so on (taken after food) will help very much, inpain. Domperidone or ondensetron or promethazine will help in vomiting. Take care - none of these medicines should be taken if pregnancy is even suspected... The cervical cyst is small - can be removed by a small procedure. The fibroid, if small, is unlikely to be a problem for pregnancy. Beta thalassemia is born with you (inherited) / must be minor - detection now is no serious hazard. Take care Wishing speedy recovery God bless Good luck