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Irregular menstrual cycles, took M2 tone syrup, bleeding continuously. Is this due to using of M2 tone?

hi doctor, my age is 26 and i am now 2 years old from my marriage,i am having irregular menstrual cycles and i have been prescribed used M2 tone syrup and i have started using from 2 weeks and i have got period on 08th march 2013(last period 27th Jan 2013)but still from last 7 days bleeding is continuing. is this due to using of M2 tone .please clarify
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Use of M2 tone syrup has not been shown to cause irregular or continuous bleeding; in fact, it is an ayurvedic preparation used to treat dysfunctional uterine bleeding. The cause of your irregular menstrual cycles could be hormonal and needs to be properly investigated by an endocrinologist as well as a gynecologist. You would need a complete hormonal profile, trans-vaginal sonogram, glucose tolerance test apart from a local exam. Please maintain a healthy BMI and do some regular daily exercise; eat fresh fruits and vegetables. Hope this helps.
Answered: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
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