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Heavy mensural bleeding
Having heavy mensural flow from past one month. kindly suggest a solution. I have taken pause mf and overal but its of no use. doctor asked me to get d&c done but i'm scared. please sugget some alternative.
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Whether you are trying to clear up your skin , regularise your period s or ease disruptive and painful PMS, keep in mind that hormonal birth control pills which you are taking are only masking the symptoms and are not solving the problem.  Your body is actually trying to tell you something! And these pills are not free of side effects. The synthetic estrogen in birth control pills can cause short term side effects like GI upset, mood swings, irregular bleeding or spotting. And even scarier than the “mild” side effects are the serious health risks that accompany birth control pills. These include: Increased risk of cervical and breast cancers Increased risk of heart attack and stroke Migraines Higher blood pressure Gallbladder disease Infertility Benign liver tumors Decreased bone density Yeast overgrowth and infection Increased risk of blood clotting Cancer, heart disease, stroke, infertility.  Surely these side effects make birth control pills a less than desirable option for contraception, and even less desirable for masking acne, period problems and pcod. Good news is that all your problems  can be totally  reversed , not by masking the symptoms  with pills but by addressing  the underlying  cause of the problem and healing it from the ROOT cause. Hope it helps..... Love and Healing Dr.Disha Feel free to chat with me on Practo direct consult if you want to end your menstrual misery for good and boost up your fertility.
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Get an ultrasound done first to see for the cause and  then the course of treatment can be decided , Medications itself should be able to resolve this issue.
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