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Suggest treatment for irregular periods

I always had trouble with my period it is very irregular I also have thyroid. I been taking birth control to regulate my period,but at the end of this first month of me taking the pill I bleed everytime I pee.is that my period!???? Ibeen bleeding everytime I pee n wipe since may24.
Wed, 9 Jun 2021
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Hello,

You have irregular periods, you also have history of having thyroid. Presently you are bleeding every time you pee. Since you have thyroid issues, you are suggested to get T#, T4, TSH done , get clinically examined by a GP. You need medicines, get treated for thyroid at the earliest. Thyroid controls menstruation cycle, too little or more thyroid hormones may cause irregular periods. Thyroid disease can also stop periods for several months. If obese, do exercises, walking regularly. Maintain healthy weight.

Switch to healthy lifestyle and healthy eating habits. Take home made nutritious food that is well balanced. Take berries, fruits, veggies, lean meat, whole cereals, etc. Avoid trans fat, cheese, full fat dairy products, red meat, spicy oily junk food, etc. Get clinically examined by a gynecologist, get per vaginal examination done to detect bulky uterus. Get USG (Uterus) done to detect any cysts, polyps, fibroids or endometriosis that may cause bleeding. You will be treated (conservative treatment or surgery) accordingly.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Nupur K., General & Family Physician
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Suggest treatment for irregular periods

Hello, You have irregular periods, you also have history of having thyroid. Presently you are bleeding every time you pee. Since you have thyroid issues, you are suggested to get T#, T4, TSH done , get clinically examined by a GP. You need medicines, get treated for thyroid at the earliest. Thyroid controls menstruation cycle, too little or more thyroid hormones may cause irregular periods. Thyroid disease can also stop periods for several months. If obese, do exercises, walking regularly. Maintain healthy weight. Switch to healthy lifestyle and healthy eating habits. Take home made nutritious food that is well balanced. Take berries, fruits, veggies, lean meat, whole cereals, etc. Avoid trans fat, cheese, full fat dairy products, red meat, spicy oily junk food, etc. Get clinically examined by a gynecologist, get per vaginal examination done to detect bulky uterus. Get USG (Uterus) done to detect any cysts, polyps, fibroids or endometriosis that may cause bleeding. You will be treated (conservative treatment or surgery) accordingly. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Nupur K., General & Family Physician