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Spotting, light bleeding. Taking dicynone, lutenyl, stopped. Normal symptoms?

i had just spotting for more than a month ...when i went to the doctor she prescribed dicynone ...but later the spotting changed light bleeding ..not severe ...i called the doctor complaining about this change she said to take lutenyl for 5 days ( 2 pills a day ) ...7 days after the 5 days i started againg a mild to normal menses bleeding while still taking dicynone question is : is this bleeding normal after stopping the lutenyl ??? or what is going on ?? thank you very much
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Dicynone is prescribed for arrest of bleeding and it is not a hormone. Lutenyl is the hormone progesterone which is usually given for 10 days for treatment of dysfunctional uterine bleeding from 16th to 25th day of the cycle. Usually, withdrawal bleeding occurs within 4-5 days after stopping the drug. Your bleeding is a result of this. So do not worry. It is most likely to be normal and subside as in a normal period. Please consult your doctor for further advice. Good luck.
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