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Trying to conceive, prolonged periods cycle, bright red vaginal bleeding. Ultrasound, blood test normal. Causes?

Hi, my period started 10/01/2013 and still going, it was little after 5 days, but now it is getting more. It was dark color after 5 days, and now it is bright red. I never had it before. I am 43 year olg,have been trying for the baby. I have 3 kids, had 3 pregnancy. I went to the doctor, Ultasound is good, blood test is good and I am not pregnant they saying. Please, help me
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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You seem to be suffering from a metropathic cycle this time. It usually happens as one enters the perimenopausal age and as you got other factors ruled out, you may ask your doctor to put you on hormone medication if the situation warrants. The ovaries sometimes need a kickback when they malfunction and the problem gets automatically corrected. Meanwhile try to improve your nutrition, avoid getting anemic and maintain a healthy weight with the Body Mass Index within the normal range of 19-25. Please get further advice from your doctor. Good luck.
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