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Why am I bleeding continuously after pill injections ?

Hello doctor .I m 17 and I ve been bleeding now for 7-8 months and it all started off when I had an abortion last september, after that I had the pill injection for the first time and 2 weeks after that I started bleeding quite heavy, then it slowed down, I had two more pill injections after that and its not stopped once, so I didn t go for my next one last month and I m still bleeding, I ve now gone itchy and sore down there. What s wrong with me?
Asked On : Thu, 7 Apr 2011
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  User's Response
its a common after abortion bleeding quite heavy, then its normal .if you have regular period then do a usg and consult a gynecologist ..

wish u best of luck
Answered: Fri, 14 Oct 2011
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hi welcome to health care magic.see first your age is small,so it all might be risky for you.first you do sonography of abdomen because such a long lasting bleeding may lead to anemic .infection may cause itchy and sore you go for gynec doc for that.
Answered: Wed, 29 Jun 2011
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