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Irregular periods, occasionally get thick red blood. What is the cause?

hello doctor i am 25 years old and married. i have a problem during periods. I do have regular periods, but during some months there is thick red i.e., it seems to appear like light brown color blood . this happens only in few months in between normally bleeding months. i don t have any rashes or itching during periods and there is no problem of irregular periods or over bleeding or lighter bleeding. the bleeding will be 3 to 4 days every month. The only problem is the brown or thick color blood during periods.
Asked On : Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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Thanks for your query

According to Ayurved brown and thick coloured blood during menses in your present stage is due to improper digestion ,you will have to make small changes in your diet as follows:-

One wk or 4 days prior to periods have simple & light food
Avoid cold things,food,
Avoid sticky slimy food such as cheese,burger, all types of fermented food items.
Have walk for about 25 to 30 mins daily

Take care
Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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