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What could be the cause of black stools, white discharge and scanty periods ?

i m 34 yr, 45 kg, single, current month i had 1 day periods only, i got test done and hemoglobin which is 10.4 gm/dl T3 2.89, T4 10.63, TSH 1.22 my my RBS 80 on advice of gynae i m taking M20 tone syrup and haemoglobin capsule. I m passing black color stool now a days, and white discharge, is this due to these medicnes
Asked On : Sun, 5 Feb 2012
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Hi i will try my best to answer your query
Black color stools may be due to iron content in your haemoglobin capsule, so no need to worry about that.
White discharge can be physiological also, but if it is thick, foul smelling and associated with itching then it could be some infection causing cervicitis, if so consult a gynecologist and get per vaginal and per speculum examination.
Hope my answer will help you.
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Answered: Sun, 5 Feb 2012
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