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PCOD, continuous bleeding, taken ginnette 35. What are the risk and the treatment?

Hi, I am suffering from PCOD (Polycystic Overy Syndrome ). Its been more than 40 Days i am bleeding continuously. i have taken a course of Ginnette 35 capsules and my dose got over on 4 June 2012.. During my course as well i was bleeding atleast a single spot per day. Soon after my course is over Iam again bleeding (not heavily). What could be the risks and what will be the treatment
Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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hi. polycystic ovarian disease disturbs ur body z hormonal meliu which regulates the menstrual cycle.ginnette contains 2 ovarian harmones in comparably less dose which is meant to artificially manage ur cycle,(thus taking over ur hormonally disturbed cycle) . but because of ginnette's low dose it was not able to completely take over the cycle & hence there was some break through bleeding( & so d single spot per day). Now continuous bleeding too is an extension of ur hormonal disturbance. Now as ginnette once a day is not able to control ur cycle, u ev to either take same medicine in double d dose or only progesterone pills to control d cycle after checking ur endometrial thickness by an ultra sound.and ya just do not worry ur bleeding vil definitely be controlled,just relax as tension is another factor responsible 4 uprising the hormonal disturbance!
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