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Having irregular periods, periods with heavy bleeding, blood clots seen. Anything wrong?

Hi, I have had my period since I was 12. They have always been regular. I am now 17 years old. I was on the depo shot for three months and then got off of it 6 months ago. I was expecting my period in December. However it was a month late. Now i have been on my period for three weeks and I have blood clots and heavy bleeding . The blod clots are not quarter size but they are fairly large. Could anything be wrong with me or is this normal?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Hi dear,
Irregular bleeding is common wit Inj Depoprovera. This occurs for few months after inj withdrawal and settles in few months.. So, the bleeding which you are experiencing may just a result of te withdrawl. However, since you are of the injection for 6 months, if sexually active, pregnancy has to be ruled out.
Answered: Wed, 28 Aug 2013
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