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Unprotected sex. Taken i-pill, heavy vaginal bleeding, taken another pill. Cure for excessive bleeding?

Hiiii... im a Man ( 29 yrs ).. i had sex with my partner ( 26 yrs ) unprotected . we regretted it . Had ipill... afer few days she had her cycle... the bleeding continued for more than 15 days consulted doc. she gave another pill.. its going on for another 5 more days.. its been 20 days now... Doc says if it does n t stop for 5 days need to take another pill for 11 days.. she is deeply disturbed by the heavy bleeding.... please advise
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
Following taking I-pill, a withdrawal bleeding occurs within 7 days. But continuous bleeding for more than 15-20 days is not a normal thing.
Need to investigate properly to rule out underlying pathology by doing one ultrasound scan, hormonal assay (LH/FSH, Blood estrogen/ Progesterone), thyroid profile etc.
Treatment depends upon underlying causative factor. Usually, hemostatic agents combined with progesterone pill is quite helpful. Consult with your doctor after completion of test reports.
Avoid stress, take healthy diet with iron supplements, maintain genital hygiene properly.
Be well.
Answered: Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Critical Care Specialist Dr. Sadiq Mughal's  Response
Hi thanks for your question.
Unpredectable and heavy bleeding is side effects of I Pill.Since you are bleeding from last 20 days I would suggest you to consult a gynaecologist who may investigate you for excessive and prolonged bleeding and may advice you appropriate treatment.
Hope this answers your question
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