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Pre teenager started on with her periods, have equate loss of blood. Taking Meprate, no results. Suggestion?

sir, Good morning I m LC Chouhan from India. My daughter is 12 year old. she has start her period in 6th of November 2012. There was a equate loss of blood .Doctor has advise her 2 unit blood transfusion . She was in hospital on date 17/12/2012 to 20/12/2012. She is taking Meprate 10 mg tablet two times regularly but the bleeding does not stopped yet. WHAT CAN I DO NOW PLS SUGGEST.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Hello Mr. Chouhan,
Your daughter seems to be suffering from dysfunctional uterine bleeding, a situation usually seen in many young people at this stage. You need to get her blood profile, complete hormonal profile, check for bleeding disorders and thyroid dysfunction. Obesity and anxiety may also cause this. Hormonal therapy should usually remedy the condition. If there is no response with simple progesterone, combination pills may be tried. Improve her general condition with good nutrition and maintenance of a healthy body weight. Please contact her gynecologist for further advice. Take care.
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