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Irregular periods after childbirth. Taking duoluton. Feeling tired

sir i am a mother of 8 month old baby. after delivary i have menstrual period on january 22. it is normal period but again february 10 i have more bleeding. i consulted a doctor she suggested d and c. after she gave ovral l tablet for 21 days.but while taking the pill i have irregular spotting at that time. it is because of i have missed 2 tablet i think.finished the tablets again i have normal period.5 th day of this period i have take duoluton tablet considering my gynec suggestion. but i could take only one tablet instead of taking 21 tablet because of over tiredness.after 4 days of these again i have period. is it normal case doctor.please i expect a positive answer

Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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Thanks for posting your query on health care magic.
Your symptoms suggests you are having breakthrough bleeding.
I suggest you to continue taking medications without missing them out.
Hormonal imbalance in the body causes breakthrough bleeding.
Tiredness is commonly seen in women with O C pill.
Keep yourself active and have a healthy lifestyle.
Hope this helps.
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Sun, 21 Jul 2013
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