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How can I stop heavy bleeding after myomectomy ?

Dear Doctor, I m 32 years old mother of 4 years old baby. I m an Indian and presently in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. On last August 18th I underwent through an abdominal myomectomy and removed a fibroid from the uteres and there were two cysts in overy also removed. As advised by the doctor I m was taking deviry 10 mg for two times a day. 10 days ago it started bleeding and the doctor back in India who did the surgery advised to take three tablets per day until beeding stops. Now the volume of bleeding is increasing. I consult with a doctor in Riyadh and took Ultrasound again and found that the thickness of the endometrium is 15mm. further the doctor here in riyadh is asking me to stop deviry for 10 days. Please advice
Asked On : Sun, 2 Oct 2011
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Read your prob, after removing fibroid by myomectomy if bleeding if bleeding become heavy n contineuous then you should go through removal of uterus by hystrectomy, as choice of treatment of uterine fibroid is hysterctomy. so discuss it with your doc n do as per his advide.
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