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menstrual problem

By Anonymous December 24, 2014 - 9:55pm
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i m married and trying to concieve.but from last 2 months having period two times in a month.i have done ultasonography.there found some tiny cysts in ovaries.doctor suggest me novelon pill for 3 months.i just want to know that can this cause any serious problem in my pregnancy and will my period be normal after having these pills.and my age is 27 and my husband is 36.can age affect in pregnancy.plz reply soon.im really worried....

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I was also facing the similar issue when I was trying to conceive for the first time . I was having my menstruation continuously for 15 to 20 days with uneven flow. I consulted my gynaecologist about this she recommended me certain medication and suggested me to make use of menstrual cups rather than pads ,as the use of pads was causing vaginal infection also .So take help of doctor or you can also take a look at this http://www.cupissima.com .

December 30, 2014 - 9:29pm
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Hi Anon,

Thanks for your question! Novelon is a birth control pill that can also regulate your period. Once you stop taking it, you should be able to conceive like normal. Also know that it can take healthy couples up to a full year to conceive, so you may have to wait. If you have more questions, you should contact your doctor who knows your personal medical history.

I hope that helps! Good luck!


December 25, 2014 - 6:48pm
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