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Why am I bleeding too much during my periods after having sex ?

i had sex for the first time in the month of april.MY PERIODS USED TO LASTS FOR THREE DAYS but for the past three months i am bleeding for five days and i am bleeding more than usual.plese suggests some medications for reducing the bleeding .is it because the vaginal opening is has become wide
Asked On : Tue, 30 Aug 2011
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You may be having increased bleeding which is called Menorrhagia, which can be caused possibly due to fibroid, endometriosis. You can take T.Pause for control of bleeding. Also get your haemoglobin level and blood counts checked to rule out anaemia which can make you weak. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables and also higher protein diet. Get a thorough checkup for any hormonal disturbances like PCOD, Thyroid problems, fibroid, endometriosis which are common causes of menorrhagia by your Gynaecologist and get appropriate treatment for the cause.
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