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Itching sensation. Taking oxy elite pro. Had d and c abortion. Help?

hi doctor have been taking oxy elite pro from 9th of february this month before this on january 18th 2013 i under went d and c abortion termination. Have been having itching sensation from past 5 days and my gynaecologist told me that it will take a month and week to get my periods. I had physical intimacy with my fiance with protection. Im nt sure why have been getting the nipple itchiness. Pls help doctor .
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Hello ma'am.

After the procedure you had and with the recent pregnancy that you had, your hormone levels would be quite different from what they should be.

Gor the same reason it will take for your period ro normalize, the same why you are experiencing a few symptoms which can be related to a hormonal imbalance.

I would recommend you to visit your doctor either way and get yourself examined.

Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Mon, 2 Sep 2013
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