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Taken Ipill. Have heavy bleeding ever since. What caused this?

Im 29 year old and married. I had taken my first I- pill and immediately i had my periods ( 1 week early than usual). After 52 days i see Spotted for 1 week and my periods started on 60th day from last period. (But I was not pregnant). Since then i m bleeding heavily for past 8-9 days. On 5th day i consulted doctor she gave me ETOSYS-MF tablet. I have taken 6 doses (daily 2) till now and flow has reduced only by 20-40%. Kindly advice me what can be done next. Should i continue same tablet or consult doctor again.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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you have taken emergency contraceptive and had delayed periods...
now you are having menorrhagia.. for which you are taking haemostatic drugs..
but there is no improvement..
you need get one pelvic ultrasound done..
later on see your gynaecologist for hormonal therapy/D & C..
all the very best..
Answered: Tue, 6 Aug 2013
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