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Tubes tied. Menstrual cycle long, heavy, clotted followed by back pain, irregular bowel movement. Normal?

HI Im 21years old and i have a 6 month old daughter i had to have a emergency c-section due to a prolaspsed umbilical cord then 2 months later i got my tubes tied. My first menstrual cycle after that was a month long and since then they have been about 2 weeks long and really heavy and clotty. I also have lower back pain all the time to the point to where sometime i cant even stand.I get sick to my stomach alot more so at night now and my bowel movements are irregular. I am also very tired all the time which i know could be because i have a 2 years old and a 6 month old. I was just wondering if this was normal after getting my tubes tied or if there is something wrong with me thank u so much
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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what you are experiencing is not normal.You are suffering from Menorrhagia which causing all the weakness and tiredness. Your heamoglobin may be low and that causing you all this trouble. You need to consult gynecologist for your heavy menes problem. Low backache is common in menses but causing disability for routine activities is not normal. It is called as Dysmenorrhea. The cause of heavy bleeding could be because you are breast feeding or could be some other reason.
Consult your gynecologist for treatment.
good luck.
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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