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good day Im a woman 51 years od I had an hemorragie uterine

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good day I'm a woman 51 years od I had an hemorragie uterine 4 years ago and I took orgametril it help me and the blood stopped and now it happened again so I took the same one but it wont work pls I ask if there is something I can do to stop the bleeding

NB: I did an echo and everything is clean
Welcome to and thank you for your question.
I am going to assist you with your question. First I need a little more information-

Have you diagnosed with any gynecological problems?
Are you bleeding heavily?
Have you passed through menopause stage?
Is bleeding continuous and for how long?
Lower abdomen cramps?

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Dr. Robert

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

yes and they told me that its natural

yes but it decrease at night

yes two years ago I got into menopause stage

yes the bleeding is continuous and I'm in this case about one month

yes there is some cramps in lower abdomen

and I don't know if the heredity had to do with it cs my mom had same problems

Dear Customer, Thanks for providing quick additional information.
I'm so sorry to hear of your discomfort.

Having bleeding after menopause, can't be left ignored. It has be clinically evaluated by doctor.

Some of the common causes for such symptoms are-
-Hormone problems,
-Atrophy of the vagina,
-Polyps (small growths) in the uterus or on the cervix,
-Dysfunctional uterine bleeding,
-Ovarian tumor.

Heavy blood loss, may further cause anemia and would lead to serious complications.

You would require- Blood work, Pap smear and culture, Hysteroscopy and Biopsy for precise diagnosis.

I understand that you have taken Orgametril is past, but at this time, thorough clinical examination is necessary.

Orgametril belongs to a group of synthetic oral progestagens, It affects the uterine endometrium, inhibits the secretion of gonadotropin, and suppresses the growth of follicles in the ovaries and menstrual bleeding.

May be at this time, you would need high dose of Orgametril, But firstly it has to evaluated by your doctor.
It is not related with hereditary issue, It has happened due to underlying medical problem.

You can't start any prescription medication by yourself, I hope you understand this situation.

It is not natural to have such heavy bleeding with cramps in day time, It should be immediately evaluated by your doctor.

I would recommend that you visit your doctor for evaluation and get it managed ASAP.
I wish for your good health.

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