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Periods twice a month. Took cap. No effect. What to do?

hi i started having my periods twice a month a few years ago. I went to see my GP he prescribed me some contraceptive pills. I started taking the tablets and my periods were regular but it has been a few months I m getting the same problem again. I really don t no what to do its getting really frustrating. Please help Thanks kay
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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hi Dear,
Firstly, consult a gynae to determine the cause of frequent menstruation which should be treated. The cause could vary from hormonal imbalance to thyroid disorder or some local cause in your uterus including fibroid and polyps. These should be puled out first before proceeding further.
Taking birth control pill, if taken in a proper and prescribed manner do helps in cases of only hormonal disturbances.
Kindly go and examined and investigated thoroughly to get the desired results
Answered: Wed, 28 Aug 2013
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