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My daughter got the first period on May 12, 2020 and in June & July it was on time but today she got her periods again (12 days early). Is this normal or to be checked. She is in her 13th year. Please advice.
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It's very normal to have this kind on bleeding in initial 1 to 2 yrs of starting of menses, so no need to worry. Take care.
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Known As Pubertal Polymenorrhoea,,, mostly anovulatory cycle ,,, in due course it corrects, But still bothering then she should take a course of norethiestrone,,,,,, which is very helpful
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Take a boiled egg daily Maintenance of menstral calendar Syrup Dexorange two spoons three times a day for a month Tablet Zentel 400 mg at bedtime for one tablet
Next Steps
Follow menstral hygiene
Health Tips
If abnormal irregular periods persists Get ultrasound pelvis done for uterus tubes and ovaries and endometrial thickness Get thyroid test done empty stomach early morning fasting levels
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It's very normal to hv irregular cycles in first year of starting the cycles As body is getting used to new hormonal changes Give her tab pause MF 500 mg two times day in case of heavy bleeding Do not use contraceptive pills for cyclical regularisation in such early years of life
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