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Irregular periods. Normal ultrasound report. Mild spotting. Trying to conceive. Is spotting normal after taking proglyuton?

Hi doctor am saba 25 yrs old have 1 baby of 1 yrs . Now am suffering from irregular periods from 6 months , I also had an internal ultrasound and that was clear. Doctor suggest me proglyuton course for 3 month I completed 20 days uptill now but again from last two days am getting light spots in morning .more over am also trying to conceive please help me what should I do .is it normal to bleed while taking proglyuton
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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Hello Saba.
Thanks for your query.

Proglyuton is hormone replacement therapy.
Intermenstrual bleeding while on progluton is a known fact.
It is due to sudden decrease in estrogen levels in the body.
This is called breakthrough bleeding.
There is nothing to be concerned about. Just continue with your doctors prescription.
It will normalize in 2 months.
Hope this helps.
Dr Farha.
Answered: Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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